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Don Mills: 103 HWY Twinning Tenders Ought To Have Been Issued In Winter – Criticizes McNeil Government Tardy Tender Practices

May 31, 2020 | Politics, Transportation

By Andrew Macdonald

Halifax-Chester Titan Don Mills: Tenders On 103 HWY Twinning Ought To Have Been Issued Last Winter

Founder and leading entrepreneur Don Mills, who resides in the Trillium condos & has a year-round cottage in Chester Basin suggests the NS government’s Highways department has missed the boat on critical early spring work on twinning the 103 HWY

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