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Gas Line Replacement Projects to Begin

Columbia Gas is hosting a customer information meeting for residents impacted by the Rose Street and Wilson Avenue gas line replacement project. The meeting will be held Thursday, February 9th, at 5:30 PM at the CareerConnectED Center at The Dome.

Street Update

Street Report 1.30.17
Columbia Gas Work Locations:
Cedar, Race, Light & Liberty Streets – (Fishel will be working in these neighborhoods performing restoration on the road and removing old gas mains out of service.)
Anticipated Completion Date: January 31, 2017

Additional Road Closures (county projects) Clark County Road Closures

Street Updates

For the Week of January 24, 2017

Columbia Gas Work Locations:

Cedar, Race, Light & Liberty Streets – (Fishel will be working in these neighborhoods performing restoration on the road and removing old gas mains out of service.)

Anticipated Completion Date: January 31, 2017

Additional Road Closures (county projects) Clark County Road Closures

Road Closure at S. Fountain Ave. and Clark St.

Road Closure at S. Fountain Ave. and Clark St.

South Fountain Avenue will be closed to through traffic from Pleasant to Liberty Streets, January 19-20 for sewer repair.  Clark Street will be closed to through traffic from Center Street to Limestone Street.  Local traffic in each direction will be maintained to...
Erie Interceptor Express Sewer Update

Erie Interceptor Express Sewer Update

Work continues on the Erie Express Sewer Project. Several crews are working throughout the entire project. Crews are placing 42″ gravity Sewer near the Waste Water Treatment Plant as another is in Snyder Park fusing force main together. Also, crews are working near US Route 40 and Snyder Park placing the bores under the roadway.