$1.1 Million Sewer Construction Begins on 20th Street in Joplin
JOPLIN, MISSOURI -
Sanitary sewer construction began Monday along the 20th and Connecticut intersection in Joplin. The project is part of a larger program projected to take about 5 months to complete. The $1.1 million program will consist of replacing a little over a mile of 50 year old clay sewer line pipe with new plastic pipe. The construction at the intersection of 20th and Connecticut, weather permitting, should only shut down the north side of Connecticut from 15th to 20th street for about a week. City officials say that the sewer construction on Connecticut street should be done in a months time, weather permitting of course, around the same time as the 20th street overpass.
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