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MetCom Hearing Aug. 26 on FDR Water Main

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Posted for St. Mary’s County Metropolitan Commission

St. Mary’s County Metropolitan Commission has scheduled a Public Hearing, Aug. 26, 6:30 pm, about the FDR Boulevard Phase 1B Water Main Project No. 8151WM.

The FDR Water Main Project will be coordinated with St. Mary’s County, the Department of Public Works is tasked with aligning FDR Boulevard. MetCom’s portion of the infrastructure associated with the FDR Boulevard project will include a water distribution system loop between the First Colony and Laurel Glen service areas. This water main loop will improve system reliability and maximize distribution efficiency of adjacent wells and storage facilities.

MetCom plans to install new water mains and construct connections to existing water lines along the new alignment of FDR Boulevard, from the existing water lines on First Colony Boulevard to Old Rolling Road and from existing water lines on Monterey Lane to Barefoot Drive. The work consists of installation of approximately 3,450 linear feet of new 12-inch water line, and includes new fire hydrants, water services, and associated appurtenances and restoration. The estimated total cost for this project is $1,5 million.

The Public Hearing will be held on Wednesday, August 26, 2015, beginning at 6:30 PM at the Commission’s offices, 23121 Camden Way, California, MD.

The proposed contract documents, which include plans and specifications, can be inspected at the time of the hearing or at MetCom’s Engineering Department office location, noted above, from 8 AM to 4 PM Monday through Friday.

All interested persons are invited to attend this Public Hearing to ask questions or present their comments and suggestions regarding this project. Please contact the Metropolitan Commission offices at 301-737-7400, Ext. 301 for more information, or if you cannot attend the hearing and would like to submit questions or provide comments

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