The City of Duncan will host an open house to seek feedback on the upcoming reconstruction of the Ingram / Canada intersection, Duncan / Queens intersection, and Canada Avenue improvements and how the City will tackle these projects form a traffic routing perspective.
The City of Duncan saw a higher voter turnout for the two advance voting opportunities held at City Hall. In total there were 265 electors who came out to vote on November 5th and November 12th combined. This figure exceeds the 2011 overall advance voter turnout of 184 voters.
The City of Duncan, Cowichan Valley Football Association Board, and Cowichan Classics/Masters Soccer would like to take the opportunity to comment on recent stories related to the use of the Rotary Field.
At a special open Council meeting on September 29, 2014, City of Duncan Council approved the following two non‐binding community opinion questions to be asked on the November Ballot:
Beginning August 28, 2014 and progressing into the coming weeks, Island Irrigation and Landscaping, on behalf of the City of Duncan, will be working to remove the existing cedar hedge along Canada Avenue and installing trees and landscaping. This hedge is located on the East side of Canada Avenue between First Street and Beverly Street.