“Monster” project underway

From Roaming Shores Village:

On Tuesday, June 5, Orwell-based contractor Easton Excavating will begin the long planned and much needed Cherrywood Terrace Waste Water and Water Line Relocation Project. Initial construction activity will include the installation of a 10’ waste water line in the public right-of-way at an existing manhole near 2482 Trellis Place.

The benefits of the project will be impactful and include the deactivation of a waste water line that is precariously located in the lake as well as the replacement of an aged waste water lift station at 3 East (Cherrywood Terrace/Plum Creek) and providing access to city water and sewer to present and future homes located outside of the village on Hayford Road.

The project is commonly referred to as the “Monster” since its core component consists of the relocation of a sewer line that has been witnessed – not photographed – by residents bobbing on the lake surface just like the Loch Ness Monster of Scottish folklore.

As a courtesy to the Village the contractor will suspend all work during the first week in July (7/2 -7/6) in order to not inconvenience holiday activities.

The target date for completion of the “Monster” is Thanksgiving of 2018.

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