Councillors in Kenora are looking at the next phase of downtown revitalization. Mayor Dan Reynard says it's more than just a roundabout.
"There's much more to it," he said. "There's all the infrastructure that goes on. We're not only fixing a number of streets, but we're creating a new street."
The project could cost more than $7 million, and it would include water and sewer lines underneath existing roads, while also addressing traffic congestion issues in the summer tourist season.
Council is still waiting to hear about funding from federal and provincial governments.
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