Stories tagged with: Sewer

August 30, 2010 - 2:04pm
3 years 46 weeks ago

The City of Zanesville says part of Linden Avenue will be closed for three days this week. Public Service Director Mike Sims says Linden will be closed from the Y-Bridge to Keen Street on Tuesday August 31st through Thursday September 2nd for sewer line installation. Sims says the alternate routes around the project are West Main Street to State Street to Keen Street.

June 11, 2010 - 7:33am
4 years 6 weeks ago

One Morgan County city is getting a $500,000 grant to help pay for a sewer project.

The federal funding, which is coming from the Water and Sanitary Sewer Program will allow McConnelsville to complete a project worth more than $1,000,000.

The Ohio Department of Development says the focus is to reline a portion of a sanitary sewer line and add about 5,000 feet of a storm sewer.

The project is expected to affect about 1,100 homes in the city.

January 27, 2010 - 4:13pm
4 years 25 weeks ago

Zanesville will see many water/sewer projects throughout the city over the next 10 years.

According to Zanesville Public Service Director Mike Sims the EPA mandates the city replace combined sewers where, when the storm flow exceeds the pipe's capacity, they discharge to the river.

"We have been into the program a little bit and have completed parts of a couple of the overflows," said Sims. "These are outfalls where are combined sewers when the...

October 29, 2009 - 1:59pm
4 years 38 weeks ago

Congressman Zack Space today announced that 500,000 dollars wiill be coming to Muskingum County  for upgrades to the Maysville Sewer Project.  Space says the funding will put people to work, provide important infrastructure improvements and upgrade a sewer service affecting thousands of constituents.  Space says the project was approved by the House as part of a Conference Report in the 2010 Interior Appropriations Bill.  Space says the project will dramatically improve...

October 5, 2009 - 5:51pm
4 years 41 weeks ago

The Muskingum County Commissioners are opening bids on the Olde Falls Road Sanitary Sewer Project.

Commissioner John Bates says initial estimates for the project came in around 1.4 million dollars, and the commissioners had three bids presented to them this afternoon.

"All of them came in close to the $1.4 million. A couple of them were under, and we'll probably be voiding that bid next week sometime. Tentatively, we'll probably know on thursday who's going to get the bit,...

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