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Vi-a-duct

a bridge composed of several small spans for crossing a valley, dry or wetland, or forming an overpass or flyover. (Wikipedia)

a long elevated roadway usually consisting of a series of short spans supported on arches, piers, or columns. 310 more words

January 17, 2019 Town Council Meeting

01-17-2019 Agenda

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01-17-2019 Minutes

01-17-2019 Video

ANNOUNCEMENTS & INFO

Speak Up For Basic Services

It’s more than 72 hours since the snow started to fall on Friday and our street isn’t plowed.  Is yours?  On Friday the City reported that 7 of its plows were inoperable for “mechanical reasons”.  297 more words

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Roman Roving - Part 1 Charlton Down to Hampshire Gate (Walk 6).

One of the books I acquired over the Christmas period was ‘Roman Roving’ by Annabel Stowe.

The book a series of ten walks along the Roman Road from Winchester to Middenhall (or from Venta Belgarum to Cunetio). 732 more words

Be careful when walking your dog - and keep your doors locked

Lunchtime today, two young men separately cold-called at a house on Main Road, caught on camera (see below). And a couple of days ago, a dog-walker at Ketton Bridge came across something nasty – and was very lucky the dog didn’t die as a result. 

Collyweston

Canal Lane New Sign Replacement

ERYC have confirmed that they will replace the current sign for Canal Lane, Pocklington that has seen better days.

Well done ERYC.

Pocklington

Can Aldergrove's Milsean Shoppe building be saved?

Building Background & Context

The cinder block building at the corner of 29th Avenue and 272nd Street in Aldergrove first served as the local fire hall in 1959 and then in 2002 it become home to the beloved Milseán Shoppe, where Maureen’s world famous “Demerara Butter Crunch” could be found. 1,811 more words

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