Delisle -- Peltz Road Construction Open House



Delisle Avenue (Moore St. to Dekay St.) and
Peltz Avenue (Moore St. to Waterloo St.)

The City of Kitchener, Engineering Division, is proceeding with the reconstruction of Delisle Avenue and Peltz Avenue. The work includes the replacement of the underground sanitary sewer, storm sewer and watermain, as well as complete installation of new pavement, curb and gutter, and sidewalk. Construction is tentatively scheduled to commence on or about April 2015, with an anticipated completion date on or about August 2015.

All interested parties are invited to attend an Open House for this project to be held as follows:

Wednesday September 24, 2014

Learning Room – City Hall, 2nd Floor

200 King Street West, Kitchener

6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

City of Kitchener staff will be present to answer your questions, and your comments will assist the Project Team in making decisions on this project. Information and plans will also be available for viewing after Wednesday September 24, 2014, at the Infrastructure Services Department, Engineering Division, City Hall, 200 King Street West, 9th Floor, Berlin Tower, Kitchener. If you are unable to attend the Open House and would like to make your views known, please address your comments to either person listed below.

Mr. Kevin Mick P. Eng.
Telephone: 519-741-2200 Ext. 7884
Fax: (519) 741-2230
E-Mail: kevin.mick@kitchener.ca

Infrastructure Services Dept., Engineering Division, 200 King Street West Berlin Tower, 9th Floor, P.O. Box 1118, Kitchener, Ontario N2G 4G7

Ms. Amanda J. Froese P. Eng.
Telephone: (519) 623-1140
Fax: (519) 623-7334
E-Mail: amandaf@meritech.ca


Public Service Announcement: Word On The Street

This Saturday is going to be busy, busy, busy. On a personal note, we have friends who are coming to stay. But aside from that, Kitchener has Word on the Street AND there is Doors Open Waterloo Region going on as well. Oh yeah, and there is some kind of Faire in Waterloo park. Don't say you have nothing to do!

Here is the Word on the Street official press release from the City of Kitchener.

Word on the Street features stellar author line-up and new downtown partners
KITCHENER – Downtown Kitchener welcomes The Word On The Street!  Join us this Saturday, Sept. 20 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. for a day jam-packed with author readings, poetry, author talks, playwrights, music and children's activities in a number of locations in downtown Kitchener. 
The Waterloo Region Record Stage will host some of the biggest names in Canadian literature all in one place. Book signings will follow each reading. This year’s headline is Gail Vaz-Oxlade.
one of Canada’s most successful and respected financial writers. She has authored several bestselling books, including the #1 bestseller Debt-Free Forever, Money-Smart Kids and It’s Your Money. She has doled out her no-nonsense approach to finance as host of the television shows, Money Moron, Princess and Till Debt Do Us Part.
The Kitchener Market will host author Joy McCarthy.  Joy is a holistic nutritionist, health and nutrition coach, and writer and recipe developer forJoyous Health, the popular health and recipe blog. Her own experience with hormonal imbalance led her to changing her diet, addressing her lifestyle and educating herself on an all-encompassing approach to health.
New this year is the Word on the Street Bites. Join us at participating coffee shops, restaurants and the Kitchener Market for a stellar line-up of authors, poets, meet & greets, bloggers, workshops and book signings. Have a bite to eat and experience the written word and downtown Kitchener in a whole new way!
This year the Kitchener Public Library will feature the OverDrive Digital Bookmobile. Hop aboard the 74-foot-long traveling exhibit, which has five separate spaces to showcase eBooks, audiobooks, a gadget gallery and more. Bring your devices!
And, of course, there is a lot to do for the kids! The Department of Canadian Heritage Kids Square on Civic Square will feature make-and-take crafts themed with featured books, face painting, music with Erick Traplin, comics and caricatures, take your photo with a princess and learn how to read braille with Canadian National Institute for the Blind (CNIB). Drop by the Canadian Reading Rocks Stage and listen to some of Canada’s best loved children’s books read by local celebrities!
The Word on the Street is celebrated in five cities across Canada on the same day: Lethbridge, Saskatoon, Toronto, Halifax and Kitchener. Admission is free. For information on all programming and activities, please visit www.thewordonthestreet.ca/wots/kitchener.


Hockey Tournament -- Put together a team! TODAY!!!

Please read this poster from our friends at EAF. Click on image for larger size! Tournament is TODAY!


MHBPNA Fall Programs

Here are a list of the fall programs we are running at the Breithaupt Centre. They can be found on page 89 of the Kitchener Leisure Magazine which is delivered to your home and it is online here.

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