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April 10, 2018, 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM @ Belgian Club
During significant wet weather events, sanitary sewers adjacent to Newton Creek (along 25th Avenue East right of way) and Nelson Creek (along 30th Avenue East right of way) become inundated by stream flow. This inflow increases flow throughout the sewers and overwhelms the system.
The proposed project will significantly reduce infiltration and inflow to the Newton Creek & Nelson Creek trunk sewers by rehabilitating sewers and manholes, and by removing an above grade creek crossing. A new sewer is being installed in the 26th Avenue East Right-of-Way to further reduce flows to the Newton Creek sewer.
The project is anticipated to start in spring 2018 and is funded through the wastewater utility. The City is receiving a grant for 30% of the costs of the project, through the state Clean Water State Revolving Fund. No assessment will be charged to homeowners.
April 10, 2018, 6:00 PM @ UW-Superior Yellow Jacket Union
April 10, 2018, 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM @ Lake Superior Estuarium (red building on Barker’s Island)
Find out how your family, business, school group or organizations can get involved with citizen science and service projects in Superior, WI and throughout the Twin Ports. The City of Superior and Lake Superior Citizen Science Collaborative offer a variety of engagement activities appropriate for young and old alike! Opportunities range from one-time/annual events like the Superior Coastal Clean-Up, to regular and ongoing activities like the new CrowdHydrology sites or Citizen Stream Monitoring Program at Faxon Creek.