PSJ mayor: lighthouse relocation a go

Published: Thursday, February 20, 2014 at 11:12 AM.

City attorney Tom Gibson was to provide an opinion but was absent from Tuesday’s meeting.

Water issues

Work on the replacement of water lines in the neighborhood of North Port St. Joe will finally break ground next week.

The job is carries a 120-day timeline, so the work should be complete by mid-summer, said Clay Smallwood of Preble Rish Engineers.

The long-delayed project – the section from Avenue D to Avenue A was part of the original phase of replacement – will include replacement of water lines simultaneous to installation of new sidewalks along Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd.

Residents should expect some upset in the lines and problems with discolored water as work progresses.

Those problems are on the rebound on the south side of town as work along Marvin Avenue is completed and connections brought online to new pipes.

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