Sewer project continues this week in Ironton
Published 9:45 am Tuesday, May 11, 2010
Despite losing a day last week, crews continue to work on Ironton’s sewer system. Rain and flooding early last week meant work stopped on Monday, but continued for the rest of the week.
The project had been behind due to severe weather in the winter months.
“We are actually catching up,” said Doug Cade, of E.L. Robinson Engineering. “We’re still behind but we’re making progress.”
The scheduled completion day for the sewer-relining project is Oct. 1.
This week crews will be doing manhole rehabilitation at Ironton Hills Mall and sewer cleaning on an alley on Third Street. They will also be lining the sewer at several locations in the city.
Cade warned drivers to pay attention to “Road Closed” signs. Last week a few drivers were given traffic tickets for driving through closed streets, he said.
The sewer schedule for this week is as follows:
Manhole Cover Replacement
North Ironton between Ellison Street and Center Street.
Ironton Hills Mall
Third Street alley
Ora Richey Road
Jefferson Street between Third Street and Eighth Street
Monroe Street between Sixth Street and Seventh Street
Pleasant Street between Fourth Street and Sixth Street
Fifth Street alley between Mulberry Street and Pine Street
Fifth Street between Jones Street and Pleasant Street
Sixth Street between Adams Street to Quincy Street
Seventh Street alley between Adams Street and Mulberry Street
Eighth Street alley between Mcgovney Avenue and Latonia Street
Eighth Street alley between Pleasant Street and Vine Street