Hayden wastewater treatment plant and collection system Q&A meeting Jan. 22

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There will be a public meeting held Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2013 for the purpose of answering questions regarding the Wastewater Treatment Plant and the Wastewater Collection System. The meeting will be held in the Town Council Chambers located at 520 North Velasco Avenue from 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.

The homeowners of Hayden will be individually responsible to make sure all nonpermanent obstructions are moved off the proposed path of the sewer line from their property line to their homes.

Failure to keep the pathway clear may prevent the Contractor from constructing the sewer service to the house. If this happens, the sewer line will only be constructed from the street to the property line and it will be capped.

The homeowner may be financially responsible for connecting to the service line at a later date if the obstructions are not removed by the homeowner before the Contractor leaves the area. The construction company will notify individual homeowners several days prior to beginning the hookups.

Homeowners are assured that any damage or disturbance to homeowner’s property will be left in the same condition as it was before the construction of the individual sewer hookups.  Homeowners are encouraged to take pictures of their property before the construction to ensure that everything is left as it was before the construction began.

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