Will my business/property be impacted during the Study/Design phase of the project?
The initial Study/Design phase of the project included field reviews of the future pipeline corridors and collection of survey and existing utility information. Temporary paint of various colors will be used to mark the location of buried utilities throughout the project area. This temporary paint (which is non-toxic) washes away after several weeks depending on rain, traffic, etc. Localized borings will also be required throughout the project sites to assess existing utility locations and geotechnical conditions. Sound levels associated with the localized borings are anticipated to range between 70 and 90 decibels. Property owners/residents will be notified before work begins.

Pedestrian and traffic impacts to the three locations should be minimal during this phase of the project. Small pavement cuts, when required, will be patched. Most work will be conducted during daytime hours, however advance notice will be made in the event that off hours work is necessary.

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1. Why is this work needed, and how long will it take?
2. Why was the location for the proposed tank chosen?
3. Will my business/property be impacted during the Study/Design phase of the project?
4. Will my business/property be impacted during the Construction phase of the project?
5. Can we paint a mural or logo on the side of the tank?
6. Will my water service be affected by the project?
7. If a contractor is blocking my driveway, how do I report the problem?