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There will be little to no impact expected on trees on Meinecke from 90th to Swan. On 86th from Meinecke to Wright, and on Wright 86th to 81st. Tree impacts along Menomonee River Parkway are anticipated to be limited to those areas between the Parkway and the River as identified by County staff.
Final impacts on trees will be determined by the contractor.
William C. Porter, Jr., Director of Public Works (414) 479-8933 email@example.com
James Archambo, City Administrator (414) 479-8915 firstname.lastname@example.org Ald. Kathleen Causier, District 2 (414) 771-0123 email@example.com
Ald. Brian Ewerdt, District 6 (414) 915-7379 firstname.lastname@example.org
Ald. Jeffrey Roznowski, District 6 (414) 258-0633 email@example.com
If the homeowner wishes to initiate a claim, they should contact both their own insurance company and the contractor’s insurance company.
Special provisions for working outside of the schedule may be granted after discussions with the City. If the contractor can utilize a different schedule to minimize disruption or speed completion of the project their request will be considered. For example, some nighttime work may be considered to shorten the time that North Ave. will be affected during construction.
Replacing the sanitary sewer system will result in a reduced volume of wet weather flows at the same time the pipe size is being increased. The volume of clearwater entering the new system will be reduced due to new plastic pipe, new pre-cast manholes, and new laterals that will run over the storm sewer.
In addition, no sewage discharge along Meinecke Avenue will be modified from its current form until the 90th Street relief sewer is in service.
All in all residents will be far better protected against damage occurring during street flooding or basement flooding events.
The City and the contractor will work together to minimize any potential for damage caused by storms during the construction project.