Life and times of Key Biscayne florida


July 24th, 2014

Stormwater work will bring road closures throughout community


esidents should prepare for local road closures over the next several weeks as a crew from Village contractor Jaffer Inc. works its way through the community cleaning, redeveloping and testing eight stormwater drainage wells.
Work started last Thursday, July 17, at the West Mashta Drive/Allendale Road intersection.
According to information from the Village, “The work crew will proceed to three other wells on the west side of Crandon Boulevard and then to four wells located on the east side of Crandon Boulevard.”
Work at each location should last three days, and will take place between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. 
“Residents should expect street closures, detours and heavy equipment in the area,” according to the Village. “The work areas will be clearly identified and flagmen will direct traffic.”
A field inspector from Stantec, the Village engineering firm, will be onsite to help residents with concerns and questions. Village officials also say they’ll keep the public posted on specific work locations as the project continues.
For more information, contact Tony Brown, Public Works Superintendent, at 786-255-6765 or tbrown@keybiscayne.fl.gov.

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