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Wednesday, August 12, 2009

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Finished. The digging, interrupted traffic flow, torn-up pavement - nearly a year of work along the roadsides of town providing a service that is necessary, but mostly unseen. The project to upgrade to the city's sewer lines and add a new water supply line is finished. That is welcome news to Ken Hayes, Pea Ridge water /wasterwater superintendent, who has been overseeing the three-phase project for four years. "We are almost completed," Hayes said of the projects, which have involved construction crews on the roadsides around town for the past year. Water out The sewer lines in town were more than 40 years old.


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