Petition to the Minister of Infrastructure and Communities
The Municipality of North Grenville and the United Counties of Leeds and Grenville jointly applied for funding of the CR43 Expansion Project through the Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program (ICIP), a cost-shared infrastructure funding program between the federal government, province, county and municipality for a total of $9,999,924;
The federal government must sign off on its cost share of $4,999,962 in order for this phase of the CR43 expansion project to proceed. Significant funding has already been committed by all other levels of government, including municipal, county and provincial; and
This phase of the CR43 Expansion Project would expand approximately 1.15 km of County Road 43 (CR43) to four lanes with the addition of roundabouts and pedestrian crossings through the main part of Kemptville, ON, and rehabilitate the existing bridge across Kemptville Creek.
We, the undersigned, residents and business leaders of the municipality of North Grenville and Eastern Ontario, call upon the Minister of Infrastructure and Communities to approve the federal funding required so that many of the crucial upgrades to County Road 43 identified in the CR43 Expansion Project through the town of Kemptville, Ontario, can proceed.
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