LOWER FREDERICK PA – The planned resurfacing of Riverside Avenue in Lower Frederick Township, which was disturbed as part of the Fulmer Road and Riverside Avenue sanitary sewer extension project, is tentatively scheduled to start after the Labor Day holiday and possibly by Sept. 5 (Tuesday) or 6 (Wednesday), the township announced.
The work schedule is subject to, and may be changed as a result of, weather conditions, it added. It also said area residents should not leave vehicles parked along, or close to, the edge of the road during resurfacing operations.
Future updates will be provided if necessary, according to the township.
“Residents will be notified by mail when the sewer system is ready to accept new connections,” the township also reported. “Homes within 150 feet of the new sewer main will be required to connect. Plumbing from homes to roadside clean-outs must be installed by a licensed plumber. If your plumber advises that you need a grinder pump to connect, a grinder pump design will be necessary.”
Affected residents who were unable to attend this month’s (August) presentation on the status of the installation can find more information and necessary connection documents on the township website.
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