The Work Never Ends for Public Works

Submitted a year ago

From Town Manager Leo Pullar's Oct. 10 Significant Activity Report, this update from on Public Works activities:

- Hartigan began their contract flushing and televising the sewer lines in the White River area.

- The wastewater crew pulled a pump on Bridge Street to remove a rock that was partially blocking the pump.

- Nick Burnham and his community service crew began painting hydrants in the White River Junction.

- The Water Department discovered a service line on Fairview Terrace that went through a neighbor’s house before going into their own house. To remedy this situation, the water crew installed a new service line from the main to the edge of the Right-of-Way. The owner will connect to the curb stop left by the crew and tie it into their house.

- July 1, 2017 Flooding: The Highway Department continues to work on the list of washouts from the July 1st storm.

- The roadside mowing operations continue while the road repairs are underway.

- The following roads have had the final coat of paving:
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  • Hillside Road
  • Marsh Family Road
  • Waterman Hill Road
- The Lower Sykes Mountain sidewalk began construction by DuBois Construction.


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