Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Construction Anticipated to Begin October 6th

On Monday, October 6th, the storm sewer improvements in the rear yards between Rolling Pass and Prairie Lawn Road from Glenview Road to Linneman Street are anticipated to begin.

The work will include installing a new storm sewer and inlets in the rear yard easement. Residents will have the option to make private connections to this storm sewer system once it is completed.

The contractor, Kovilic Construction, is anticipated to begin on the south side of the project near Linneman Street and work north towards Glenview Road.

The typical working hours for the contractor will be Monday through Friday from 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM and Saturday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM, depending on work progress. Should extended hours be requested and granted, we will let you know as soon as possible. We do not anticipate any driveway or parking restrictions along the roadway at this time; however, there will be additional vehicles, construction equipment, and materials stored along the project route.

It is anticipated the work will be completed in 2 to 3 weeks, depending on weather and conditions encountered.  

As you are likely aware, construction operations can be unpredictable. We will do our best to keep you informed of all that is going on that will affect your daily lives. One of the biggest concerns with the construction is the presence of an existing water main in the rear yard easement. It is not our intention to perform any work on this water main; however, there is always a possibility that something may be hit or damaged during construction. In this case, the water main will need to be shut-down immediately without much warning. We will attempt to go door-to-door to let residents know what happened, but our first priority will be to turn off the water main and get it repaired as quickly as possible. In the case of any scheduled repairs on the water main, 24-hour notice will be provided to all the residents affected by the shut-down.

We appreciate your patience and understanding throughout the construction process. We will do our best to keep informed and updated on the construction progress.

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