Road Repairs After Flood Could Cost Huntsville Half A Million
Emergency repairs to Huntsville area roads will end up costing close to half a million dollars after the flood.
That was the news council received this week at a special council meeting. The town will be applying for a grant to cover part of the costs.
Councillors heard that some scheduled road projects for this year may have to be deferred depending on how much disaster assistance funding the town receives.
There also appears to be damage to the floating trail on Hunters Bay. Staff are currently assessing the extent of the damage.