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The improvements consist of five-foot wide sidewalk along the north side of 14th Street between Highway 101 and NE Port. A storm sewer and sanitary line will be constructed along NE 14th Street between NE Oar and NE PortCORRECTION: Total amount of project is $794,957.00.

Lincoln City will begin sidewalk and sewer improvements Monday, May 17, on NE 14th Street, with traffic restrictions in place.

Drivers heading west on 14th Street will not be able to access Highway 101 Monday through Friday 7 a.m.-7 p.m. Local detouring will be up, but it is recommended to take NE 22nd Street.

Salem-based K & E Excavating was awarded the project April 26.

The improvements consist of five-foot wide sidewalk along the north side of 14th Street between Highway 101 and NE Port. A storm sewer and sanitary line will be constructed along NE 14th Street between NE Oar and NE Port.

According to the engineer’s report, one property reported an inadequate septic system and other properties in the area have requested sanitary sewer service. The planned $794,957.00 project will allow sewer improvements to be built at a fraction of the stand-alone cost and will serve 11 properties.

The City Council passed a resolution to create the NE 14th Street Sanitary Sewer Local Improvement District on Feb. 22.

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Justin Wernerhttps://lchomepage.com
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3 COMMENTS

  1. Two years ago, if my memory serves me right, the city hired their people to mark all the streets on the east side going from Starbucks area up to Walgreens for SIDEWALKS. They spent days and days marking the streets with yellow chalk. I spoke to the men so I knew what they were doing. Weeks passed and the yellow chalk disappeared. Never put in any sidewalks, never remarked anything…waste of hourly pay for all the people involved in that project. We need sidewalks from Holmes Rd to Walgreens. Several people have been hit by cars on these streets.

  2. City engineer’s report indicates approx $75k for LID. What are the other components that bring the total to $794k ?

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