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Posted on: June 15, 2017

City rehabilitating sanitary sewer lines

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The City has completed an inspection program which has identified sewers with interior surface deterioration, cracks, and leaking joints. Taylor has contracted with Liquiforce Services to rehabilitate sanitary sewer mains by installing cured-in-place pipe lining.  Liquiforce Services will begin lining the sanitary sewers through Friday, June 16, in the following locations:

  • Between Beech Daly and McGuire from Avalon to Van Born
  • Between Hampden and John Daly from Avalon to Joan
  • Between Wilkie and Janet from Joan to Van Born

Hennessey Engineers, Inc. will be monitoring the work and notifying residents of upcoming work.  The attached NOTICE TO RESIDENTS Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation Work will be handed out to residents whose sanitary sewer line will be rehabilitated.  In addition, Liquiforce Services will also be providing notification to residents a day before the work is to be performed.

We apologize for any inconvenience this work may cause.  The City, Hennessey and Liquiforce will try to limit the inconvenience as best as possible.  Your cooperation in this matter will be greatly appreciated.  Should you have any questions please contact Greg Mayhew, City Engineer, at 734-374-1473, or by email at

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