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Dear resident or business owner,
Te City o Calgary would like to take this opportunity to thank residents and businessowners impacted by construction activities along Elbow Drive or your patience during thisprocess. We understand that construction and trac slowdowns are an inconvenience oreveryone, and we appreciate your understanding. Te Elbow Drive Reconstruction Project ispart o a continuing program dedicated to rebuilding Calgary’s aging roadways. Elbow Drive was identied as a priority or this work, and it is the rst project to benet rom this program.Te work along Elbow Drive is being undertaken in phases. Phases 1 and 2 are largely complete, except or the nishing work noted below. Phase 3, which is the reconstructiono the roadbed between Siton Boulevard and 4 Street S.W., will begin in the spring o 2012(see reverse).
calgary.ca/elbowdrive|call 3-1-1
Elbow DriveRoad Reconstruction
Spring 2012Updates on theElbow DriveReconstructionProject will beposted atcalgary.ca/elbowdrive.Phase 1 - Elbow Drive between 50 Avenue S.W. and Lansdowne Avenue
e City of Calgary’s work for Phase 1 of the project is substantially complete.
Any other minor repairs that arerequired will be completed within two to three years.
ATCO Gas has recently identied the need to undertake gas main replacement in this area.
Please see their enclosedletter or more inormation. Tey will contact those residents who will be directly impacted.
For more information,please call ATCO Gas at 403-245-7541.• Please note:
Te City o Calgary works with external utility companies when major road construction is planned toco-ordinate work at the same time, whenever possible. Utility repairs, replacements, and upgrades are prioritized by each utility owner based on the best inormation available to them at the time. Despite this coordinated efort,sometimes the nature o underground utilities results in a need to complete utility work independent o roadconstruction. Tis is another reason why Te City o Calgary delays nal paving on new roadconstruction projects. (See reverse.)

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