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Sewer Repairs Underway in Clearwater

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Work is expected to last into December.

CLEARWATER – Sewer pipes in various areas of Clearwater are currently under repair and/or will be repaired within the next two months.

A contractor for the city, Hinterland Group, has begun installing and curing liners for the interiors of several sewer pipes in Clearwater’s industrial and residential areas. The areas include:

  •     Hercules Avenue – underway now through about Monday (Nov. 6)
  •     Countryside Boulevard and Winding Wood Drive – Tuesday  (Nov. 7) through Nov. 15
  •     Hercules Avenue north of Palmetto Drive – Nov. 16 through Nov. 28
  •     Edenville Avenue and Druid Road – Nov. 29 through Dec. 1
  •     Waverly Way and Franklin Street – Dec. 4 and Dec. 5

Construction will continue until work is complete. Once construction begins in a particular area, it is expected to be quick and will last anywhere from 24 to 72 hours. Once it begins, the work cannot be stopped, as it would interfere with the curing process.

Residents in the construction areas can expect to hear noise associated with the project from pumps, a possible resin odor, vehicles and other associated construction equipment. They also can expect to see an array of utility and construction trucks on affected streets. However, residents will be able to access their driveways and nearby streets. Intermittent lane closures may be in effect, allowing one-way traffic at a time. Flagmen should be on site to help direct traffic through construction areas.

Schedules may change due to weather or conditions. If you have questions or concerns, call the city of Clearwater’s contractor, Hinterland Group, at (954) 648-7758.

For information about Clearwater, go to myclearwater.com.

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Sewer Repairs Underway in Clearwater
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Work is expected to last into December.
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