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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2011

THE

NEWS

CITY OF SURREY NOTICE

South Fraser Perimeter Road

MLA’s statement on road is news to project director

WATER SPRINKLING REGULATIONS

Tom Zytaruk

Now staff twitter@tomzytaruk

JUNE 1 TO SEPTEMBER 30

NORTH DELTA – The man in charge of the South Fraser Perimeter Road project says the four-lane expressway will pass over or alongside sites that are considered to be archaeologically significant along River Road in North Delta. Ministry of Transportation official Geoff Freer is the project director for the $1.2-billion SFPR, which will connect with highways 1, 15, 17, 91, 99 and the Golden Ears Bridge. It will run about 40 kilometres from DeltaPort Way in South Delta to 176th Street in Surrey’s Port Kells, hugging the Fraser River shoreline for a large part of the route. Seven environmentally sensitive streams are in its way, as well as two important First Nations archaeological sites in Sunbury – St. Mungo and Glenrose – where remnants of 4,500-year-old log posts from a fish weir still jut out from the Fraser’s shoreline. Delta North NDP MLA Guy Gentner

From June 1 to September 30 sprinkling of lawns at times other than those listed below is prohibited. These measures are being taken to conserve our water resources so adequate amounts of water are available for all purposes. Any complaints received, or observed violations, may result in fines being imposed under Surrey By-law No. 12508. When you may sprinkle your lawn: DAYS:

EVEN numbered addresses may sprinkle on Wednesdays and Saturdays ODD numbered addresses may sprinkle on Thursdays and Sundays

TIME:

(on permitted days) 4:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.

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Most lawns only need about 2.5 centimeters of water per week (depth of a tuna can). This amount can easily be applied by sprinkling once a week. When hosing or pressure washing outdoor surfaces, or washing boats or motor vehicles, water hoses must be equipped with an automatic shut-off device.

said Friday that the government recently adjusted its plan to pave over the archaeological sites. “It’s good news,” he said. “It’s quite the remarkable turnaround.” But according to Freer, the government has always intended to protect the sites and “nothing has really changed.” “We basically avoid most of the deposit.” “We did all that archaeological work,” he said. “There’s been nothing recent.” Freer said the SFPR will avoid the Glenrose site and an overpass will be built underneath the Alex Fraser Bridge to pass over the St. Mungo site. Freer said ministry officials and aboriginal representatives have been talking about building an “interpretive site” under the Alex Fraser, where visitors will be able to learn more about local First Nations heritage. “I think it’s a tremendous site,” he said. Meantime, Freer said the SFPR is on budget and on schedule. It’s scheduled to be completed in 2013.

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2. Multi unit developments are permitted to sprinkle according to the development address, not the individual unit numbers.

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3. New sod or seeded lawns (installed within the last three weeks with proof of installation date – invoice or delivery slip), may be watered more frequently provided that a permit is first obtained by applying in person with the Engineering Department, Main Floor, City Hall. Permits are valid for 21 days at a cost of $30. 4. Watering of flowers, shrubs, trees and vegetable gardens is not affected by the regulations during this stage of the restrictions. In an effort to conserve water, you may want to use a watering can or a hose with a spring loaded or other automatic shut-off nozzle, and water in the morning.

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For more information, call City of Surrey Engineering Front Counter at (604) 591-4340.

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The above regulations are to remain in effect until further notice. Your cooperation will help save water and reduce the risk of more severe restrictions.

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