KENSINGTON, P.E.I. — The City of Kensington is getting federal and provincial authorities funding for tasks to improve the city’s enviornment and water and sewer system, costing $4.2 million.
The federal authorities is spending greater than $1.7 million mixed for each tasks, whereas the province is contributing $1.4 million. The city is paying for the remaining $1.1 million.
The cash will go in the direction of putting in a 100-kilowatt photo voltaic panel system on the Credit score Union Centre, changing the world’s ice plant, putting in new LED lights over the ice floor and resurfacing the parking zone.
Additionally, the city will use the cash to increase water and sewer methods alongside Broad Road South, finishing loops within the system and connecting to different main roads. Fireplace hydrants may also be added, and several other residential and business buildings will likely be serviced.