It is once again time for an overdue update for everyone. Things have been moving very quickly over the last month, and we have finally entered the home stretch for water main construction. By the end of the day today all of the initial 120,000+ feet of water main will be installed except one small area of about 200 feet.
Starting next week one construction crew will be working on installing the last of the water services in sections 3B and 7 (see map below). They should be finished up in around two weeks or less. Once done they will move to restoration, working alongside the second crew.
The second restoration crew returned at the beginning of this week. Concrete work is their first area of focus (driveways, curb and gutter, and sidewalks). They have completed concrete work in section 3B already, and they will continue working in sections 4, 6, and then 7 until they have all of their concrete complete. Their next area of focus will be asphalt work. They will follow a similar order with that work, starting in section 3B then heading to sections 4, 6 and finally finishing in section 7. Once that work is complete they will finish up by addressing everyone's yards.
All together the majority of the restoration is expected to take over one month yet. There will be some smaller loose ends and punch list items that will continue to be addressed after that.
The work completed under Contract B1 (sections 9 and 10) has for the most part been done since the end of last summer. The punch list items in those sections are still being addressed. We do expect those remaining loose ends to be wrapped up in the coming weeks.
For those of you who have signed up for water and have not yet received your letters to hookup (this would be parts of section 3B and all of section 7) please continue to hang tight. We still have to install your services and do the testing and flushing, but by the end of the month you should get your letters.
Everyone involved with this project cannot thank you, the residents, enough for all of your continued patience and tolerance. And those of you that are at your wits' end, don't worry completion is in sight!