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Waterville, OH -
city council approved a project to fix a sanitary sewer pipe under
Waterville-Monclova Road before it gets worse.
initial problem started in 2005, when the infrastructure was put in. At that
time, a sewer pipe was placed approximately six inches too high. The city
discovered the problem after a new developer began building homes in the area.
extra height is causing waste water to back up into the subdivision nearby.
investigation was conducted after discovering the sewer water, and the faulty
pipe was found. Public Works Director Kenneth Blair said it should be an easy
will be able to go in and fix the actual encasement pipe that the sanitary line
runs through," Blair said. "That will allow us to drop it into the encasement
pipe and lower it to an elevation, and re-core the manhole to make this problem
city expects to break ground on the project in coming weeks. The construction
will shut Waterville-Monclove Road down to just one lane, but it should only
take three days.
project will cost the city an estimated maximum of $15,000.