News King William Street consultation being held on Thursday evening SHARE ON: James Wood, staff Monday Jun. 10th, 2019 A slide of the planned work, taken from a Town of Huntsville presentation. HUNTSVILLE, ON- If you want to know when King William Street is going to have major construction work, you can learn more this week. On Thursday evening from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., the District of Muskoka, the Town of Huntsville, the Huntsville BIA and the Huntsville/Lake of Bays Chamber of Commerce will be hosting an event at the Active Living Centre in Huntsville about the planned work for King William Street. The project being put together for the route includes water and sewer rehabilitation, along the the rebuilding of the road base and driving surface. The target for completion is late fall or early winter of this year, with construction hoped to start in the late spring. The impact on the public will be notable, because the work will need partial lane closures and potentially full lane closures for intervals during the road rebuilding, along with brief interruptions of utilities as pipes are removed and replaced. The exact timeline of disruptions will be communicated in advance of the work, and the event on Thursday is part of the consultation process. Anyone who wants to learn more about the project or express concerns in person can do so on Thursday.