You might have seen some different trucks in the village yesterday. The first group of vehicles belonged to the crew doing bore holes on Bedford St. to take samples of the road bed. Yup …. one of the first early steps required before the reconstruction of Bedford St.
The second group of vehicles belonged to a sewer camera crew. The Village had to wait for the spring water levels to rise to install cameras in the sewers. These are expected to help identify where the illegal sump pumps are operating. The contractor was busy today doing the installations.
For the 98% of you who comply with the sump pump by-law, we want to thank you and let you know that we are still working hard to solve the issue. More about this in the next few weeks.
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