City praised

Residents happy with the 25th Street pedestrian and cycling corridor.

We wanted to take the time to thank Mayor Akbal Mund and the rest of city council for enhancing the safety of the 25th Street pedestrian and cycling corridor.

The new sidewalks along 25th Street have made East Hill and Harwood much safer for all of the kids trekking to their various schools (St. James, Beairsto, Seaton and Harwood).

Seniors and others are now able to take walks without having to dodge cars on the street. We especially appreciate that sidewalk paths were laid out to conserve most of the beautiful old trees that line the street. Thank you.

Janice and James Love



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