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Site C construction schedule for Dec 7 to Dec 20

first_imgVisit the project website: sitecproject.com As construction of the Site C dam continues into December, B.C. Hydro has released the construction schedule for the next two weeks.  Expect to see more road maintenance in the area, construction of a temporary bridge will continue and security gates and fences will be installed.  See the full schedule below.The following construction activities are scheduled to occur December 7 to December 20:The worker accommodation contractor will continue site preparation for the camp. Construction of buildings will continue and modular dormitory units are being transported to the dam site.Clearing, excavation and road construction will continue on the north bank of the dam site.Excavation and in-river roadwork will continue in and around the Peace River at the dam site.Construction of the temporary Peace River construction bridge will continue. Pile driving will be used to construct the bridge.A temporary bridge will be constructed across the Moberly River, near the confluence of the Moberly and Peace rivers.Installation of the public safety buoys will continue, approximately 3.0 kilometres upstream and 3.5 kilometres downstream of the dam site.Vegetation and tree clearing will occur in the area in and around the confluence of the Moberly River and along the Peace River.Operations will continue in Wuthrich Quarry.Clearing and other work will continue on the south bank around access roads.Road maintenance activities will continue on the south bank petroleum development roads.Security gates, fences and guard buildings will be installed.A helicopter may be used to move timber from clearing areas to storage areas on the north and south banks.Installation of a new 25 kV distribution line will continue along public roads on the north bank.Please note that all activities listed in this construction bulletin are based on the latest information in our construction plan and are subject to change.- Advertisement -What to ExpectWhile this work takes place, local area residents can expect the following:There will be additional truck traffic in the area as construction crews mobilize to the dam site, the hauling of rock and timber continues, and as modular camp units are transported to site. This will include increased industrial traffic on the resource roads from Chetwynd leading to the site on the south bank.Early morning and/or night shifts may be scheduled, in addition to shifts on the weekends.Work to construct the temporary Peace River construction bridge will take place seven days per week, with periodic pile driving.Some noise and vibration will result from the periodic blasting that is occurring in Wuthrich Quarry.Some noise will occur in the vicinity of the dam site and along public roads as a result of the scheduled construction activities. BC Hydro will monitor noise levels throughout the construction period.The public safety buoys will mark the dam site and notify boaters of the construction area and boating restrictions. Until further notice, boaters will be able to pass through the public safety buoys and travel through the dam site, but shoreline access in this area will be restricted.For boater and worker safety, boaters will need to stay clear of active in-river work areas, which will be clearly identified with additional signage and markings.Some noise will result from the helicopter — which may be in use periodically during this period — as felled wood is flown to a storage area for further processing.Learn MoreAdvertisementlast_img read more

Pensioner remanded in custody over Donegal murder of Denis Donaldson

first_imgA 74-year-old man has faced a court this afternoon charged in connection the murder of a former Sinn Féin official and British intelligence agent Denis Donaldson a decade ago.Patrick Gillespie, of Craigvar Street, Glasgow, is charged with withholding information about the murder on dates between April 2006 and July 2016. The accused, who also has an address in Donegal, was remanded in custody at the Special Criminal Court in Dublin.He is expected to apply for bail on Friday.Gillespie and another man, aged 46, were arrested on Tuesday night by Gardai.Both men were taken to Letterkenny Garda station for questioning.The 46-year-old was released today without charge.Garda detectives are to forward a file to the Director of Public Prosecutions in relation to him.Mr Donaldson, 55, was once a leading Sinn Fein figure and its one time director of elections.He was murdered at an isolated cottage near Glenties in April 2006 four months after he publicly confessed to have been working for both the RUC Special Branch and MI5 for over 20 years.The Real IRA claimed responsibility for his murder in 2008.An inquest into his death has yet to be held after being postponed on numerous occasions at the request of gardai.Pensioner remanded in custody over Donegal murder of Denis Donaldson was last modified: July 28th, 2016 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:craigvar streetGlasgowGlentiesMI5PATRICK GILLESPIEPensioner remanded in custody over Donegal murder of Denis DonaldsonReal IRAruc special branchSinn Feinlast_img read more