Friday, October 10, 2014

Rear-Yard Storm Sewer Started.

The contractor, Kovilic Construction, has started construction on the rear-yard storm sewer improvements between Rolling Pass and Prairie Lawn Road from Glenview Road to Linneman Street.

The Village, contractor, and engineer have spent a considerable amount of time determining the best location for the storm sewer to minimize the disruption to the existing landscape and personal items located in the rear yards. The contractor began removing fences, trimming and removing trees, and relocating personal items throughout the week.

There have been a number of attempts to be in contact with the residents along the project site to inform them of the work to be completed adjacent to their property and what items would be disturbed. We have also tried to be in contact with residents to determine the best location of storm sewer services along their property.  If you have not been notified or been in contact with the engineer or contractor regarding these issues, please contact Greg Boldt at or 847-904-4421.

The contractor began installing the new storm sewer starting on the north end of the project, behind House Number 949 Prairie Lawn Road and working south. The contractor is anticipating to have work completed on the northerly end of the project, to House Number 921 Prairie Lawn by the end of the weekend. The mainline will likely be installed, but storm sewer services to individual homes will likely not be completed until early next week in the area.  

The contractor is anticipating to work this Saturday, October 11th. The contractor working hours on Saturday are 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM.

Next week, the contractor will complete the work on the north end of the project and begin the work at the southerly end of the project. The contractor will likely start behind 801 Prairie Lawn Road and work north to 911 Prairie Lawn Road.

We would like to thank all the residents again who have been in contact with the Village, contractor, and engineer during this entire process. Please be assured all parties are doing everything possible to minimize the disruption to the area while still providing this needed improvement.

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