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Council gives go-ahead
On Wednesday, June 14, Kingston City Council voted to build the Third Crossing with a budget of $180 million contingent on two-thirds of the funding coming from the provincial and federal governments (minimum $120 million).
The province announced on Tuesday, June 13, that it will commit its share of this funding – $60 million.
The City will now work alongside the province to secure the remaining third of the funding needed – a grant of $60 million – from the federal government before any further work gets underway. The project team will continue to reach out with project updates and information as they become available.
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The Public Engagement Feedback Report
Over the last 15 months residents have provided their comments and questions during the development of the preliminary design and the business plan for the Third Crossing. The Public Engagement Feedback Report on Phases two and three of the Third Crossing Action Plan is now posted. Thank you to everyone who took the time to attend an open house, ask a question at a community presentation or contribute through some of the other tools used during the public engagement on theses phases of work.
Open house #2 and #3 public feedback
The full public open house feedback report is now posted on what residents had to say about the results of the findings of the preliminary design and the business plan for the Third Crossing.