Saint-Ludger receives more than $ 730,000 to improve its water infrastructure

The announcement was made on 9 February in the presence of the member of parliament for Beauce-Sud, Paul Busque, the mayor of Saint-Ludger, Bernard Therrien, and several municipal councillors.

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The municipality of Saint-Ludger has received a grant of 733 500 $ from the government of Quebec for the improvement of water infrastructure on 9 February.

This sum will be used to replace several piping drinking water, wastewater, and stormwater systems over a distance of 450 m under the streets Colette and Hamel. Note that the total value of the project is a little more than$ 1 Million and that the work should begin around mid-June and ending six weeks later.

For the mayor of Saint-Ludger, Bernard Therrien, financial aid will “renew our infrastructure and to provide essential services to the community.”

“The combined efforts of the municipality and the government will allow citizens to benefit from water infrastructure to be healthy. Together, we will continue to work to give the people of walks of life, pleasant and prosperous”, said the mp for the Beauce-Sud, Paul Busque.

For his part, the minister responsible for the Estrie region, Luc Fortin, believes that the investment will be beneficial, both environmentally and economically.

The grant was awarded in the framework of the Programme d’infrastructures Québec-Municipalités.