Motorists expect delays

Motorists on several North Island roads can expect delays next week for resurfacing.

Motorists on several North Island roads can expect delays next week as Emcon Services Inc. crews perform resurfacing.

Work will take place at various locations on Highway 19 North between Eve River and Port Hardy. A secondary patching crew will also be working on Coal Harbor Rd, Port Alice Highway, and Beaver Cove Rd.

Work is schedule to take place June 17-21; hours of operations will be 8 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Emcon officials warn motorists to expect up to 20-minute delays and to plan travels accordingly. They also ask drivers to respect all traffic control signage and personal.

For any questions contact Damian Girard, Emcon road superintendent, at 250-949-6666.

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