April 17, 2007
Contact: Ken Robbins, General Manager
LIFT STATION FACILITIES IMPROVEMENTS
(Westminster, CA) – On April 17, 2007 the Board of Directors of the Midway City Sanitary District approved the Plans, Specifications, and Engineer’s Estimate of Three Million - Nine Hundred - Ninety One Thousand and One Hundred Dollars ($3,991,100).
The Hammon Place, Willow Lane, Brookhurst Street and Westminster Boulevard improvement projects are being undertaken in order to assure adequate sanitary services for residents and businesses in the City of Westminster and unincorporated Midway City, which comprise the Midway City Sanitary District service area. Existing pumps, pipes and equipment will be replaced at all four stations; existing wet wells and dry wells will remain in place, housing new submersible pumps in new pre-cast vaults to eliminate deep evacuations at each site. Each site will include a new walk-in electrical control enclosure, replacement of existing emergency generators. The existing wood buildings at the Hammon and Westminster Stations (each occupying over 1,000 SF) will be removed entirely, and replaced with steel covers approximately two feet above grade. All project improvements will be funded through Certificates of Participation.
The approximate time frame for this project is July 2007 to November of 2008. The Board of Directors and Manager of the Midway City Sanitary District thank you for your understanding in this most Vidal infrastructure improvement to the Districts Facilities.
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The Board of Directors and Employees of Midway City Sanitary District work diligently to provide sewer and solid waste services to the residents of the District.