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Highway work wraps up

Boundary Similkameen MLA John Slater (left) celebrates the completion of the construction project on Highway 3A near Yellow Lake along with Willie Dobbin, Dylan Christensen and Dustin Dobbin from project contractor Wiltech Developments, as well as Rampaul Dulay (right) and Kathy Strobbe with the Ministry of Transportation. Work started on the four-kilometre project in December 2010. The $5.6 million project included wider shoulders to improve safety for vehicles, cyclists and pedestrians, as well as wider ditches to improve sight lines and provide an area to catch falling rock. - Dan Ebenal/Western News
Boundary Similkameen MLA John Slater (left) celebrates the completion of the construction project on Highway 3A near Yellow Lake along with Willie Dobbin, Dylan Christensen and Dustin Dobbin from project contractor Wiltech Developments, as well as Rampaul Dulay (right) and Kathy Strobbe with the Ministry of Transportation. Work started on the four-kilometre project in December 2010. The $5.6 million project included wider shoulders to improve safety for vehicles, cyclists and pedestrians, as well as wider ditches to improve sight lines and provide an area to catch falling rock.
— image credit: Dan Ebenal/Western News
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