The City of
“The City of
Habitat for Humanity will remove items from the residence on Monday, November 16, prior to demolition for use either on future projects or to be sold at their Restore Home Improvement Outlet on Kearney Avenue. Once the items have been removed, preparation work for the demolition of the residence will begin. After demolition, grass and sprinklers will be installed at the site until the new lift station is constructed.
“The partnership with the City of
All wastewater (sewage) must flow through the collection system to the treatment plan and this is typically accomplished through gravity flow. However, if a neighborhood is located at a lower elevation than the nearest collection system connection, the wastewater must then be pumped “up hill,” via lift stations.
Demolition is set to begin on November 23. Area residents can expect minimal interruption during the demolition process; truck traffic and noise is expected on weekdays from 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Work is expected to be completed by the end of November.