Albion Falls parking lot to be paved

News Feb 10, 2015 Hamilton Mountain News

By Gord Bowes, News staff

The city plans to pave a gravel parking lot near a piece of paradise.

The 890-square-metre lot across from Albion Falls at Arbour Road is being paved later this year.

East Mountain councillor Tom Jackson said he’s been advocating for the work to deal with problems that occur each year.

“They’ve constantly had to fill in potholes and sunken areas,” said Jackson.

The Albion Falls work is part of a three-park project that is out for tender this month. Pathways at Bayview Park and a portion of the driveway at Heritage Greene Sports Park from the entrance gates to the road are also being paved.

The parks department has asked for $200,000 in this year’s budget to pay for the work, a city spokeswoman said.

Albion Falls parking lot to be paved

News Feb 10, 2015 Hamilton Mountain News

By Gord Bowes, News staff

The city plans to pave a gravel parking lot near a piece of paradise.

The 890-square-metre lot across from Albion Falls at Arbour Road is being paved later this year.

East Mountain councillor Tom Jackson said he’s been advocating for the work to deal with problems that occur each year.

“They’ve constantly had to fill in potholes and sunken areas,” said Jackson.

The Albion Falls work is part of a three-park project that is out for tender this month. Pathways at Bayview Park and a portion of the driveway at Heritage Greene Sports Park from the entrance gates to the road are also being paved.

The parks department has asked for $200,000 in this year’s budget to pay for the work, a city spokeswoman said.

Albion Falls parking lot to be paved

News Feb 10, 2015 Hamilton Mountain News

By Gord Bowes, News staff

The city plans to pave a gravel parking lot near a piece of paradise.

The 890-square-metre lot across from Albion Falls at Arbour Road is being paved later this year.

East Mountain councillor Tom Jackson said he’s been advocating for the work to deal with problems that occur each year.

“They’ve constantly had to fill in potholes and sunken areas,” said Jackson.

The Albion Falls work is part of a three-park project that is out for tender this month. Pathways at Bayview Park and a portion of the driveway at Heritage Greene Sports Park from the entrance gates to the road are also being paved.

The parks department has asked for $200,000 in this year’s budget to pay for the work, a city spokeswoman said.