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City begins work on 25th Avenue sewer line
April 05, 2014, 05:00 AM

San Mateo city workers began construction on a six-month project at 25th Avenue projected to be completed in late summer, according to city officials.

The project impacts 25th Avenue between Flores and Delaware streets and the intersection of El Camino Real at 25th Avenue. Parking will be limited on 25th Avenue during construction but businesses will remain open. The city has created a temporary parking lot on the southwest corner of Delaware Street and 25th Avenue, according to city officials.

The construction of a new sanitary sewer relief pipeline is to provide relief capacity to the existing sanitary sewer under El Camino Real during the rainy season and to minimize the potential of sanitary sewer overflows. For more information about the project go to www.cityofsanmateo.org/index.aspx?NID=2614.

 

 

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