Tecumseh Getting Millions To Protect The Town From Future Flooding

Monday October 26th, 2020

Posted at 11:25am


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The Town of Tecumseh received significant funding Monday to reduce the impact of severe storms and flooding in the Town.

In total, the Government of Canada is investing $10.7 million in this flood resiliency project through the Disaster Mitigation and Adaptation Fund (DMAF).

The Town is also contributing more than $16 million to complete the project.

The work involves the construction of and improvements to four infrastructure assets: decommissioning of the St. Mark’s Pump Station; construction of a new consolidated Scully and St. Mark’s Pump Station; improvements to the PJ Cecile Pump Station and; improvements to the storm sewers at two locations to move stormwater runoff to the consolidated Scully and St. Mark’s pump station.

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