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Games to proceed at gold and curling club as irrigation system is replaced

The Lloydminster Golf & Curling Centre has begun replacing the main line of the irrigation system. No major disruption is anticipated throughout the irrigation replacement project. All 18 holes are expected to remain open, however, some holes may have temporary tee boxes to accommodate construction.

Construction crews will be on-site Monday through Saturday 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., and there will be no construction on Sundays. During the project, golfers and those on and around the course are advised to follow the posted signage. Please take precaution when walking or driving on the course as routes may change to accommodate construction.

The project is expected to be completed by mid-September 2019, weather pending. City Council awarded the project to Double D Industries Ltd. of Mission, B.C., in January, for the amount of $407,995, without GST. In addition, Council approved a contingency allowance of 10 per cent in the amount of $40,779.50, excluding GST, to be funded through the approved 2019 capital budget.

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