Hayden wastewater treatment plant and collection system news

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Hayden – The Town of Hayden is holding its second public meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 22 at the Town Council Chambers, located at 520 North Velasco Ave., from 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. for the purpose of answering questions regarding the Wastewater Treatment Plant and the Wastewater Collection System.

While efforts are being made by workers to minimize inconveniences to the citizens of Hayden as the new facilities are being constructed, there are also steps that can be made by the homeowners of Hayden to help minimize the time, cost and inconveniences during the various phases of construction.

Homeowners will be notified several days in advance before hookups of their homes to the main sewer line are to be constructed. When you receive this notice, make sure that the path that the sewer line will take from your property line to your home is clear of all non-permanent obstructions.

If obstructions are present when the contractor reaches your home, the sewer line will be capped off at your property line. This will result in you being financially responsible for connecting to the service line at a later date.

Take photos of your property before the construction. Any damage or disturbance to your property as a result of construction will be fixed, but it is up to you to make sure that, if any problems arise, you have proof of what your property looked like beforehand.

Following these simple tips will help things to go more smoothly for everyone concerned. If you have any concerns, bring them to the meeting.

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