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MUSCATINE, Iowa – The contractor for Phase 4 of the West Hill Sanitary and Storm Sewer Separation Project is anticipating a February start to Phase 4C of the project according to City of Muscatine project managers who oversee the construction project.

A public informational meeting, originally scheduled for January 29, has now been scheduled for 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, February 19, 2020, in the lower level conference room of Muscatine City Hall.

The change in the meeting date was to ensure that all residents living in the areas affected by the construction would have the opportunity to be in attendance and ask questions about how and when their neighborhood would be affected. Each of those residents should have received or will be receiving a letter from the Department of Public Works concerning the informational meeting.

All interested individuals are invited to attend the public information meeting. City of Muscatine project managers along with a representative from the contractor will be on hand to discuss the tentative timeline for work this summer and the timeline for detours around the work area.

Phase 4C is tentatively planned to be completed in three phases beginning with a section of Iowa from 8th to 9th streets, and 9th Street from Iowa to Chestnut. Sewer separation and pavement restoration work will also be undertaken on Maiden Lane and Roscoe Avenue, Linn Street from 7th to 8th Street, and on 8th Street from Linn to Broadway. The actual timetable for the work has not been finalized and would be weather dependent once construction work begins.

The $6.1 million contract for Phase IV of the West Hill Sanitary and Storm Sewer Separation Project was awarded to KE Flatwork, Inc., of Elbridge, Iowa, on April 5, 2018. Phase 4A was completed in 2018 and Phase 4B in 2019.

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MUSCATINE, Iowa – Phase 4C of the West Hill Sanitary and Storm Sewer Separation Project could begin in early February according to City of Muscatine project managers who oversee the construction project. A public informational meeting will be held at 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, January 29, 2020, in the lower level conference room of Muscatine City Hall.

All interested individuals are invited to attend the public information meeting. City of Muscatine project manager along with a representative from the contractor will be on hand to discuss the tentative timeline for work this summer.

Phase 4C is tentatively planned to be completed in three phases beginning with a section of Iowa from 8th to 9th streets, and 9th Street from Iowa to Chestnut. Sewer separation and pavement restoration work will also be undertaken on Maiden Lane and Roscoe Avenue, and on 8th Street from Linn to Broadway.

The $6.1 million contract for Phase IV of the West Hill Sanitary and Storm Sewer Separation Project was awarded to KE Flatwork, Inc., of Elbridge, Iowa, on April 5, 2018. Phase 4A was completed in 2018 and Phase 4B in 2019.

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