Sunday, November 2, 2014

Night Work Continues at the Harry Tracy Water Treatment Plant

A swing shift crew will start this Monday night re-paving a section of road within the plant, 4 p.m. to midnight (Monday through Friday).

Work will begin on our roadway next to Highway 280, furthest from residential areas. Noise monitors will be present to ensure decibel levels are within the allowed range. The project team has received permission from Cal-OSHA to muffle backup alarms on construction vehicles to the immediate work area.

Neighbors on Crystal Springs Road may notice trucks delivering asphalt and removing soil from the plant. After 7 p.m., truck traffic will be limited to 2 per hour. All trucks will be escorted by pilot cars.

Regular water treatment operations at the plant are currently shut down to allow for construction. The plant is scheduled to resume water treatment in mid-December. Major construction at Harry Tracy is on schedule and on track to finish by the end of 2014.

Your feedback will help us with noise mitigation. Please do not hesitate to call, 24-hours a day at (866) 973-1476.

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