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Most of the work, the DDC noted, is underground and will not involve any sidewalk or curb restoration.
Residents will receive a 72-hour advance notice, with a 24-hour advance confirmation of that notice when water shutdowns are going to occur. “It’s just a shift in the pattern where people are driving.” The project, ideally, will not conflict with the closing of the L train, which is expected to begin in March 2019. “This is an 18-month contract [whose Notice to Proceed date was Oct.
The construction crews will work Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. 2, 2017], and I don’t kid anybody by saying that we will be done in exactly 18 months.” Paul Groncki, president of the 100 West 16th Street Block Association, told this publication by phone that having the city work on replacing the water mains now is better than the alternative — a water main break.
Disruption of services and noise mitigation were among the concerns at a Jan. Sponsored by the DDC, Council Speaker Corey Johnson, Community Board 4 (CB4) and the Meatpacking BID, the informational session took place at the Bayard Rustin Educational Campus, whose 351 W. location puts its students within eyesight and earshot of the multi-year project, which started on Dec.
began late last year and is scheduled for completion just as the L train’s shutdown is expected to put a strain on area side streets.