City Attorney Discusses Pipeline With Buffalo Council

City Attorney Discusses Pipeline With Buffalo Council

At the Buffalo City Council's meeting July 17, city attorney Ben Kirven updated the council on a number of issues he has been working on in recent weeks.

The North Buffalo pipeline project has been rough sketched and Kirven has received the plans for the pipeline which will tie in North Buffalo, including an area near the airport across the King Property to tie in with the Greenleaf Subdivision east of Interstate 25.

The project will get water nearer to the airport and also complete a redundant line for East Hart Street to improve pressure and improve supply in case of a line breakage in the area.

Kirven told the council what the next step will be for the project.

The project, once the easements are secured, will likely begin construction in 2013.

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