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Utilities Kingston to start pipe improvement

Starting in July, Utilities Kingston will be starting the lining of almost 5,000 metres of sanitary sewer main with a new solution that won’t require digging up neighbourhoods while also creating a “new pipe” within a pipe for a long-lasting solution.  According to a press release made by Utilities Kingston

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Kingston to receive $20.2 million for shoreline, sewer projects

On August 28, 2019, MP Mark Gerretsen alongside Mayor Bryan Patterson announced $20.2 million in funding for flooding and shoreline projects in the city of Kingston. Funding, being provided through the federal Gas Tax Fund, is being allocated to two projects in the city. Over half of the funding, $10.4

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City, Utilities Kingston reminding public of services during heavy rainfall

  The public is advised to be aware of potential flood dangers and sewer overflows as Kingston continues to experience heavy rain with another 15 to 25 mm of rain forecast to fall on Kingston and area today and into Tuesday, May 14, 2019. The Cataraqui Region Conservation Authority (CRCA)

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Utilities Kingston reminds homeowners of risk of basement flooding during spring thaw

With the warmer weather upon us and spring just days away, so too is another ‘season,’ of sorts: the spring thaw. As the snow melts away, Utilities Kingston wants to remind homeowners about the risk of basement flooding. “Every neighbourhood is at risk of basement flooding, even if it’s never

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Utilities Kingston reminds homeowners to correct illegal plumbing connections, offers financial assistance program to help

With the start of fall just days away, Utilities Kingston is reminding homeowners to take steps to prevent basement flooding. “If you have a basement, it’s at risk of flooding and sewer back-ups – even if it’s never flooded before,” Utilities Kingston said in a press release. The utilities company

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