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Kilbarchan Lilias Day - STALL HOLDERS EVENING 7pm in the old library on Tuesday night, 18 March. Stalls allocated on a first come first served basis. Payment by Cash or cheques at time of booking. No commercial traders please.
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Crosslee Park, Houston will be closing around end March and re open after Easter School holidays for installation of play equipment
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Barochan Road, Johnstone, Cochranemill Road, Johnstone and Darluith Road, Linwood - Proposed Scottish Water site works

Scottish Water have programmed works this month to complete the Muirdykes water rehabilitation project that initially commenced in July 2012. The works will result in an improvement in water quality and will involve lining and repairs to their existing water pipe network.

The works will commence on Monday the 17th of March with traffic signals on the Barochan Road between the Deafhillock Roundabout and the A737 and on the Bridge of Weir Road between the Deafhillock Roundabout and the St. Benedict’s Roundabout. This will allow the contractor to fabricate a temporary water pipe bypass that will allow works to be carried out on the main network. This phase of the works will last for 2 weeks with the main phase commencing on Monday the 31st of March.

The main phase will be carried out under a southbound lane closure on the Barochan Road, between Deafhillock Roundabout and the A737, and is expected to last for 4 weeks (depending on findings on site). At the end of the main phase the traffic signals will be re-sited on Bridge of Weir Road and Barochan Road to allow for the removal of the temporary water pipe.

Similar works will commence on Darluith Road, Linwood on the 6th of April until the 21st of April where a plastic lining will be inserted into the water main between Gilmartin Road and the Barochan Junction. This will be carried out in incremental sections using a combination of 2-way and 3-way traffic signal control.

The final section of the works will commence on site in Cochranemill Road, Johnstone on the 14th of April for a period of 4 weeks. As with Darluith Road this will involve the insertion of a plastic lining in the water main and will be carried out in incremental sections under traffic signal control.

Hope this is helpful.

Councillor James MacLaren for Bishopton, Bridge of Weir & Langbank
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