Improving and preserving the infrastructure of our resident neighborhoods is an investment in our City that adds value and high quality city services for our residents. The first phase of Muirfield Village was built over 40 years ago. While these neighborhoods have maintained their beauty and real estate desirability – the infrastructure (sanitary sewer pipes, water lines and underground utilities) may be in need of repair and/or replacement as it continues to age.
Accordingly, deficient water lines within various areas of Muirfield Village have required replacement over the past several years, with funds through the annual Capital Improvements Program. Water lines in the Muirfield Village areas of White Craigs Court East and West, Springburn Drive East, Carnoustie Court, Aryshire Court, Killochan Court and Loch Leven Court will be replaced this year.
You are invited to attend a public involvement meeting where you will be able to view the preliminary layout for this water line replacement project, ask questions and offer your feedback to City Engineering staff. The date for the meeting is Tuesday, June 28, 2016. The meeting will take place between 6:30 p.m. and 8 p.m. at the Dublin Community and Recreation Center, Classroom C, 5600 Post Road, Dublin, OH, 43017.
The agenda for the meeting will be:
6:30 p.m. Doors open
6:40 p.m. Brief presentation with group questions and answers
7 p.m. Individual property owner discussions
8 p.m. Adjourn
Should you have any questions, please contact Project Engineer Michael S. Sweder, PE directly at 614.410.4621 or by email at email@example.com.