Ludington plans several water main replacements in 2016.

April 27, 2015

LUDINGTON — The city will be working on several water and sewer system upgrades next year. The changes come as the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality has requested the city make improvements to its water distribution system.

The projects that will be undertaken in 2016 include:

South Washington Ave. between Fourth and Sixth streets, replacement of water main, sanitary sewer main and repave the streets.

First Street between Taylor and Sherman streets, replacement of water main.

Taylor Street between Second and Sixth streets, replacement of water main.

Sixth Street between Washington Ave. and the city’s industrial park, replacement of water main, sanitary sewer main and repave the street.

North Washington Ave. between Fitch and Anderson streets, replacement of water main, sanitary sewer main and repave the street.

Anderson Street between North Washington Ave. and North Staffon St., replacement of water main, sanitary sewer main and repave the street.

Lawndale Street between North Staffon St. and Sherman St., replacement of water main, sanitary sewer main, storm sewer main and rapave the street.

“While the primary purpose of these projects is to replace old, undersized water mains wth larger water mains in order to improve the flow and pressure of water to those areas of the city, these projects will also entail the replacement of other underground utilities, such as sanitary sewer mains and storm sewer mains and repaving the roads,” said Councilor Gary Castonia.

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