Royal Harbor Update, 10/27/2016

Incase you are here and wondered what was happening on Sandpiper St.

At approximately 11:45 AM, Wastewater Collections responded to a possible 12-inch forcemain leak on the east side of Sandpiper Street in the Oyster Bay area.  Crews arrived at the location and found sewer flowing from the forcemain that runs under the drainage ditch that flows through the box culvert into Oyster Bay.  The forcemain was shut down by 12:15 PM.  Based on an account from the property owner next to the drainage ditch, he noticed leak at 11:30 AM.  It is estimated that the forcemain leaked for approximately 45 minutes.  At this time, the volume of sewer from the system cannot be determined. 

One of the City’s underground contractors is onsite to replace that section of 12-inch forcemain as a temporary repair.  The temporary pipe will be laid along the top of the small bridge crossing the drainage ditch.  The long term solution will be to install a new section of forcemain under the drainage ditch via directional bore.

AS of right now they are still out working on this. 8 pm , Thursday night

Next from City manager Bill Moss on the new roundabout now open in Naples

Ladies and Gentlemen:

The City of Naples installed new modern roundabouts on Central Avenue at 8th Street and 10th Street.  The attached brochure is offered to assist Motorists, Bicyclists, and Pedestrians in the proper use of roundabouts.

Please share this brochure with members of your organization, colleagues, and friends.

Thank you,

Bill Moss, City Manager

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