Buffalo City Crews Busy, Mayor Gives Report To Council

Buffalo City Crews Busy, Mayor Gives Report To Council

Buffalo Mayor Randy Dyess gave the city works report to the city council at their last meeting, due to Director Les Hook being busy in the field with numerous projects, he said.

Mayor Dyess said the Northwest Water Pipeline project has over 5,000 feet of pipe in the ground so far.

Crews have paved to the top of old High School Hill on the Burritt Street project and have been working on a 12-inch main line on the south end of Burritt Street to avoid a change order on the project.

They have also been working chip-and-seal projects as they can.

Angus Street in front of the pool has been completed and is open.

Mayor Dyess also said water had been off in areas of town last week due to a water valve replacement being completed on the south end of town, and water had been shut off periodically on the end of Glencoe Street so crews can tie-in the pipes with existing water lines.

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