Findlay Creek has its first very own ‘Little Free Library’at 4276 Kelly Farm Drive. Little Free Libraries are places in the neighbourhood where residents can share their favourite literature. It’s easy to do, take a book-leave a book. If you’d like more information please see http://littlefreelibrary.org/. Thank you to Jay for starting this, and to all residents who participate in such a wonderful community activity!
Bell provides update about Bell Fibe TV and Internet installation pilot project coming to Findlay Creekby FCCA | 3 Comments
On June 3, we posted an update with regards to the Bell Fibe installation pilot project. As things stand, the project will not be completed by August 31 as initially planned. Significant work has been done along White Alder; work will soon start on the streets that connect to it, that are part of the pilot. Bell will restore disturbed lawns using sod, instead of seed, for any affected resident who requests this. Bell has made arrangements for a street sweeper to come by every Friday to keep the dust/dirt to a minimum. Bell’s contract inspector is on site daily interacting with Safebore, the construction company, and concerned residents. Should you be unable to place your request for sod in person with the Bell contract inspector on-site, please contact Brad Lewis at 1-905-614-3680 or email@example.com.
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