Environmental Services is designing a project to repair about 3,700 feet of the 105-year-old brick Taggart Outfall sewer so that it can operate for another hundred years. The sewer pipes are showing signs of cracks, fractures, missing brick and mortar, and obstructions in the pipe, putting the Outfall at risk of structural failure. This project will allow the Taggart Outfall sewer to property perform its role in protecting public health, water quality, and the environment.
Construction is anticipated to begin in summer 2017 and take approximately six to eight months to complete. Because crews can work in the Outfall pipes only when the weather is dry, completion may require nighttime work or a second construction season in summer 2018. Please take some time now to consider the needs of your neighborhood or business and let us know if you have concerns about business operations, disability issues, medical or business deliveries, and other information you want us to consider. We will be glad to work with you. DEVELOPMENTS OF NOTE
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With questions or comments, please contact Paul Hicks at click the SIGN UP button or email Paul with “Taggart” in the subject line.Thank you for your cooperation during this important sewer repair project. We will provide more specific information as the project evolves.
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