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For the Week of 02/20/17: Construction Update for Madison Street Underpass & CSO 028 Seperation

Posted by: Jason Donati  | Friday, February 17, 2017

Here is a revised exhibit showing street impacts due to construction in the CSO 028 and Madison Street Underpass Storm System project areas for public notification.  Work in the CSO 028 project area is expected to be minimal next week.  Work at the Madison Street pump station site will not impact Madison Street traffic this week. Work will begin next week for the Tillotson/Kilgore forcemain with minimal traffic impacts along Kilgore Avenue.

For the Week of 02/13/17: Construction Update for Madison Street Underpass & CSO 028 Seperation

Posted by: Jason Donati  | Friday, February 10, 2017

Here is a revised exhibit showing street impacts due to construction in the CSO 028 and Madison Street Underpass Storm System project areas for public notification.  Work in the CSO 028 project area is expected to be minimal next week.  Work at the Madison Street pump station site will not impact Madison Street traffic this week.

For the Week of 02/06/17: Construction Update for Madison Street Underpass & CSO 028 Seperation

Posted by: Jason Donati  | Monday, February 6, 2017

Here is a revised exhibit showing street impacts due to construction in the CSO 028 and Madison Street Underpass Storm System project areas for public notification.  Work in the CSO 028 project area is expected to be minimal this week.  Work at the Madison Street pump station site will not impact Madison Street traffic this week.  

For the Week of 1/30/17: Construction Update for Madison Street Underpass & CSO 028 Seperation

Posted by: Jason Donati  | Friday, January 27, 2017

Here is a revised exhibit showing street impacts due to construction in the CSO 028 and Madison Street Underpass Storm System project areas for public notification. Work is expected to begin along Myrtle Avenue near the intersection of Elm Street in the next 1-2 weeks.  The intersection will be closed for a short period once this work begins.  Updates will be provided once work schedule is confirmed. Work will also continue at the Madison Street pump station site with anticipated lane restrictions during working hours for installation of storm sewer pipe and staging of triaxle trucks for hauling of excavated material.  The right northbound lane will be temporarily closed at times next week.  Northbound and southbound traffic on Madison Street will be maintained.

For the Week of 01/23/17: Construction Update for Madison Street Underpass & CSO 028 Seperation

Posted by: Jason Donati  | Friday, January 20, 2017

Here is a revised exhibit showing street impacts due to construction in the CSO 028 and Madison Street Underpass Storm System project areas for public notification.  No significant street impacts expected in the CSO 028 project area next week.  Work will also continue at the Madison Street pump station site with no impacts to Madison Street traffic.

Muncie Sanitary District Recognized By Greater IN Clean Cities Coalition

Posted by: Jason Donati  | Friday, January 20, 2017

The City of Muncie and the Muncie Sanitary District were recognized for its GreenLine Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) Station by the Greater Indiana Clean Cities Coalition at the 14th Annual Indiana Legislator’s Luncheon. The luncheon was held on Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2017 in Indianapolis, Indiana.

For the Week of 1/16/17: Madison Street Underpass & CSO 028 Separation Update

Posted by: Jason Donati  | Friday, January 13, 2017

Here is a revised exhibit showing street impacts due to construction in the CSO 028 and Madison Street Underpass Storm System project areas for public notification. 3D will finish up work in the alley south of Columbus Avenue between Walnut Street and Mulberry Street and will continue with clearing activities at the McKinley Storm Pond site near Myrtle Avenue and Elm Street.  Work will also continue at the Madison Street pump station site with no impacts to Madison Street traffic.

Christmas Tree Recycling in Muncie through January 9th, 2017

Posted by: Jason Donati  | Wednesday, December 28, 2016

The city of Muncie is once again accepting cut Christmas trees for recycling. Cut trees can be dropped off at Heekin and McCulloch parks. Each park has a designated area, marked by a sign and surrounded by fencing, in which trees can be left.

Muncie Parks Superintendent Harvey Wright said Tuesday that trees will be collected until the second Monday in January, Jan. 9th. Please remove all ornaments, lights, bags and anything else from tree before dropping off.

 

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