City Works Rep Reports Fewer Potholes

City Works Rep Reports Fewer Potholes

During the last City Council meeting, Councilman Bill Hawley asked about the city's new process for sealing potholes and whether City Works Director Les Hook has seen an improvement in the number and/or severity of potholes this year.

Hook said he has seen an improvement.

Hook reported that city crews have completed reworking of alleys in the northern and western portions of the city and will be moving on to the southern portion to get those completed.

The contractors on the Northwest Water Pipeline Project have now surpassed the one mile mark for pipeline laid in the ground so far. He said the project is going well and that construction has begun on the storage tank at the airport.

The South Burritt Project has completed paving of the street on both sides to the top of high school hill.
Angus Street, in front of the outdoor pool entrance, was completed by city crews that week in time for the opening of the pool.

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