One county road artery opens in South Dundas while another closes

The barricade at County Rd. 2, at the intersection with Flagg Rd. Zandbergen photo, Nation Valley News

SOUTH DUNDAS — Just as one county road reopened after 10 days to replace a large culvert, detour signs went up at another South Dundas location for a similar project this week.

County Rd. 18 west of Williamsburg reopened yesterday, Sept. 22. Traffic had been detoured around the hamlet since Sept. 12 while a concrete structure was installed in place of a 40-year-old rotting steel culvert.

Meanwhile, the United Counties of SD&G started a few days earlier than originally planned on a similar County Rd. 2 replacement job between Morrisburg and Iroquois. Barricades went up Sept. 22 between Flagg Rd. and Lakeshore Drive. Traffic is being redirected over the latter two municipal roads until the anticipated Oct. 6 completion at 6 p.m.

The barriers outside Williamsburg are now gone after 10 days of construction on County Rd. 18. Zandbergen photo, Nation Valley News

The barriers outside Williamsburg are now gone after 10 days of construction on County Rd. 18. Zandbergen photo, Nation Valley News

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