Saskatoon – As the city prepares for a population of half- a-million people, there’s a plan unfolding to build a new bridge at 33rd Street. It will connect on the East side on land currently owned by the University of Saskatchewan and will continue East, intersecting Preston Avenue.
Residents first had an opportunity to discuss the new bridge with city administration in March at a meeting on various future plans. The bridge quickly became the most controversial. An additional meeting is scheduled for June 17 at North Park Wilson School between 7:00 and 8:30 to address concerns.
“It’s going to have a profound effect on North Park and City Park but the whole city of course is going to be impacted,” said Janet McVettie. She is attending the meeting Wednesday evening.
Her concerns, “33rd will become really busy and Spadina will also become really…
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