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Monday, August 13, 2018

Sewer Pipe Repairs Completed on Woodfill Avenue, Highland Avenue Closing in on Completion

Construction and repair season is in full swing in Fort Thomas. Signs are up on Woodfill Avenue, but they should be down before school starts August 15, according to City Administrator Ron Dill.

He said sewer pipe repair work is being done by the Sewer District, SD1.
Off of Highland Avenue, a storm sewer drain is also being extended on Pentland Place as a first step in the planned street improvement project for that street.

Roofing, siding, gutters, painting. 
Dill said the work on the corner is part of the Pentland Place project, and the city has an agreement with the contractor to restore the sidewalk and any other disruptions to properties caused by the work once it is complete.

"As part of the improvement project on Pentland, we are adding a storm sewer extension that will collect water on that street," he explained. The drain that is exposed on the street now will be covered as the street is repaired, he added.

Work on the corner is expected to be complete and the walkway reestablished in time for children walking to Moyer and Highlands.

The Pentland Place street project as a whole is expected to be completed by the end of September.

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