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Hi Lloyd,

 

Christopher Lepa, Forestry Technician 2 responded and investigated the location and has provided an update that you will find below. Chris also said that if you wish to speak with him further on this matter, please call him at (Phone: 204-986-2006).

 

 

 

Good Morning James,

 

I inspected the site late Friday afternoon and there certainly is some significant heavy construction taking place within close proximity to the park boundary.  Any excavation that occurred adjacent to the large cottonwood has now been filled in, so I followed up with Brett Ransom, Senior Project Engineer for Stantec, who indicated that all of the tree roots that intersected the pipeline alignment were trimmed according to specifications.  In addition, he also assured that there are plans for site restoration in late spring once the spring thaw is over and the ground has been given an opportunity to settle.  The Urban Forestry Branch will inspect the condition of some of the smaller trees (https://www.google.ca/maps/@49.9607974,-97.2418882,3a,64.9y,208.49h,89.7t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1sv0NQ3I5LhsKjXUhSJIsu8w!2e0!7i13312!8i6656)

to determine if any removals and replacements are required, and you may provide Mr. Johnson with my contact information if he wishes to discuss any concerns or questions he may have moving forward.

 

Cheers,

 

Christopher Lepa, Forestry Technician 2

Phone: 204-986-2006

Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 

Regards,  James

 

Hi Lloyd,

I received your inquiry from the Mayor's Office today about the construction on Farmers Road and concern for a large Cottonwood you reference in your email. Urban Forestry will be out to do an inspection of the site to assess these concerns. I've also emailed Stantec Consultants requesting an update about this concern and for other plant material possibly affected by this work. The following attachment was sent to Stantec and Urban Forestry identifying the location of the tree. Anything further from Stantec and/or Urban Forestry I will gladly relay to you.

Regards,


James Houldsworth
Superintendent of Park Services North Area and Downtown
Parks and Open Space Division, Public Works Department
City of Winnipeg

Phone: 204-986-4247
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Website: Winnipeg.ca
Address:6th Floor, 105-1155 Pacific Avenue,Winnipeg, MB R3E 3P1

 

Hello.
I'm sorry to trouble you but I have a concern about Little Mountain Park. The R.M. of Rosser and Stantec are putting in a water pipe down Farmers road. This located on the Northern edge of the Park. I am concerned about the destruction of the environment and history of Little Mountain. There is a large Cottonwood tree planted along their path. This is the last piece of the village of Mount Royal. The quarry's are the first the the City used. Which is a piece of Winnipeg and Manitoba history. I fear that the construction will impact all these things that are important to the people and future generations. If you are interested in our parks history please check out my web site at www.lmppoa.ca. I have enclosed a letter I received about the construction.
Thank you for your time.
Mr. L. Johnson
Chair
Little Mountain Park Conservancy Group Inc.
www.lmpcg.ca

"Parks was just notified by Stantec Consulting Ltd. that the RM of Rosser will be closing Farmers Road from Klimpke Road to Brookside Boulevard as early as next week for a construction project to install water main along Farmers road. The closure is estimated for six weeks. Due to this, the North side access points will be closed off to all traffic; vehicular and pedestrian including the parking lot on Farmers Road.



I have requested Stantec Consulting Ltd to send us any updated information about this project. Once I have it, I'll pass on the information to you so you can notify your members. As far as I understand, Klimpke Road should be open during the construction period and our parking lot on Klimpke Road will be available for park users.



Regards,



James



City of Winnipeg
James Houldsworth

Superintendent of Park Services North Area and Downtown

Parks and Open Space Division, Public Works Department

City of Winnipeg

Phone: 204-986-4247

Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Website: Winnipeg.ca

Address:6th Floor, 105-1155 Pacific Avenue,Winnipeg, MB R3E 3P1