Mr. FOURNIER (Hull):
The expenditure of $8,000 on Port Dover is detailed in this way: raising the height of and extending the crib work checkwater by providing 1,200 tons of rubble stone at a cost of $7,200. Inspection and contingencies amount to $800. Dredging was carried on by local agreement with Mr. George Gamble in 1946. The removal of 6,000 cubic yards of class B material at eighty cents a cubic yard; probable expenditure in 1947-48, $3,840.
Subtopic: DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS