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November 10, 2015
City and AMS to install 19 more University District signs
- WHEN: 1:15 p.m. today (Nov. 10)
- WHERE: Corner of Brock and Alfred streets.
- WHO: Mayor Bryan Paterson, city councillors and Matt Kussin, Queen's University Alma Mater Society (AMS) municipal affairs commissioner.
- WHAT: Second phase installation of University District street signage
The City of Kingston and Alma Mater Society of Queen's University will install the first of 32 new University District street signs at 19 intersections in the area roughly bordered by Brock, Nelson, Princess and Barrie streets. This constitutes phase two of the University District signage initiative.
The cost to replace the existing street signs within the University District phase two boundary is estimated at $5,000 and will be shared 50/50 between Queen's AMS and the City.
Phase one, initiated in spring of 2014, saw the installation of the signs at 56 intersections. The University District signage project is part of the wider University District Neighbourhood Improvement Plan.
More details on this initiative can be found in a Sept. 1, 2015 Information Report to Council (15-363).
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