Posted: Monday, November 25, 2013 8:13 pm | Updated: 8:26 pm, Mon Nov 25, 2013. photo by Janet Dabbs
Sunrise Beach sewer construction to begin next month by Janet Dabbs LakeExpo.com
SUNRISE BEACH, Mo. — The Sunrise Beach sewer project is officially under way.
Officials from the Village of Sunrise Beach yesterday signed the grant contracts with the Missouri Department of Natural Resources for the village’s Phase 1 Sanitary Sewer Project. The signing took place on Monday, Nov. 25 at the Sunrise Beach City Hall, after a preconstruction conference.
After a year of design, grant applications, and consideration, the Sunrise Beach Phase 1 sewer project was placed on the Clean Water Commission’s fundable list for $6.12 million in state revolving funds from the Environmental Protection Agency and Missouri Department of Natural Resources.
Sunrise Beach Mayor Curt Mooney stated, "Having [Schultz Surveying and Engineering] pick up the ball and run with it has made this wastewater system possible. SSE has worked hard to ensure the village received funding, and they designed a system that can handle our needs as well as future growth. This is infrastructure Sunrise Beach has needed for some time now."
The initial phase will consist of extending service to approximately 25 residential and 40 commercial customers, from Spring Cove Road, or Lake Road 5-39, to the Hurricane Deck Bridge.
The village board had previously approved the bid for construction by Don Maggi Construction of Rolla. Phase 1 construction will begin on Monday, Dec. 9, and the company will have 270 days to complete the project, which would place its latest allowable completion date in August 2014.
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