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Meeting will discuss sewer project impact

A major storm sewer project in southwest Alexandria will be the topic of a public informational meeting next week. The city of Alexandria will hold the meeting at 7 p.m. on Thursday, January 24, at the council chambers of City Hall. The project w...

A major storm sewer project in southwest Alexandria will be the topic of a public informational meeting next week.

The city of Alexandria will hold the meeting at 7 p.m. on Thursday, January 24, at the council chambers of City Hall.

The project will be constructed this summer and will include significant street, watermain and sanitary sewer replacement as well as storm sewer, according to city leaders.

The $3 million project is designed to improve drainage and alleviate flooding throughout the city. The project area stretches from 9th Avenue along Fillmore Street all the way south to 15th Avenue and will affect several side streets and neighborhoods (see map).

Following a brief presentation, the public is invited to provide input and to ask any questions they might have regarding the scope and schedule of this project.

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Any questions or comments prior to this meeting can be addressed to Tim Schoonhoven, city engineer, at (320) 762-8149.

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