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Sewer work on 9th Street
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Anyone know whats happening on 9th Street ?

Seems like no parking all week during the day for "Sewer Work". Is it just regular maintenance or repairing the combined wastewater / sewer system ?

Looks like pretty major efforts

Posted on: 2013/10/28 14:42
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Good, maybe the construction will slow down all the people who think it's OK to drive 50 mph down Monmouth St.

Posted on: 2013/5/23 17:35
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Drove past the corner of 9th & Monmouth yesterday. There are two enormous concrete cylinders, with large openings on the sides, placed in the street on opposite corners. Looks like they are ready to be put in the ground. Could this be a sewer line upgrade?


They're pretty much executing the plan Althea posted earlier. This section of 9th should be done by May 30th, though there is likely disruptions though the area until August.

http://jclist.com/modules/newbb/viewtopic.php?post_id=314296


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Drove past the corner of 9th & Monmouth yesterday. There are two enormous concrete cylinders, with large openings on the sides, placed in the street on opposite corners. Looks like they are ready to be put in the ground. Could this be a sewer line upgrade?

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