Before 60-foot-deep excavation – pre-construction meeting November 6 for Murray overflow-control projectOctober 21, 2013 at 10:34 am | In Utilities, West Seattle news | 8 Comments
(WSB photo from last week, looking south across the project site)
Demolition work is over at the future site of a million-gallon storage tank meant to reduce combined-sewer overflows across the street at the Murray Pump Station on Lowman Beach. As King County’s Doug Marsano told the Morgan Community Association last week, this is going to be a BIG dig – 80 feet wide and 60 feet deep. It’ll all be previewed at a public meeting planned for 6:30 pm Wednesday, November 6th. The official announcement has just arrived:
Construction of King County’s new water-pollution-control facility near Lowman Beach Park gets underway later this year.
Do you have all the information you want about the project activities, schedule, and potential impacts to the community? Please join King County’s Murray Combined Sewer Overflow (CSO) Control Facility project team for the project’s pre-construction public meeting!
Wednesday, November 6, 2013
Fauntleroy Church, 9140 California Avenue SW
· Meet and share concerns with the project team
· Understand how the project protects public health and safeguards Puget Sound
· Review the project schedule
· Learn more about the project’s potential impacts to neighbors and park users
· Discuss how the County project team will work with the community to reduce disruptions
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