Yorkton’s pricy Riverside Terrace sub-division is getting a facelift in the hopes of selling the remaining lots.
Director of Engineering and Asset Management, Rene Richard, says three projects were approved last (Mon) night by City Council, adding they can spend up to 80-thousand dollars on the changes.
“Number one is a pedestrian railing, number two is an access to the lift station for maintenance purposes, and three is some trees to divide the gravel road from some of the lots on the east side.” Richard said.
Richard says the lack of a pedestrian railing along the bridge that leads to Riverside Terrace is a serious safety issue. He expects the railing to be completed this year.