CHARLESTON — Extra work on property town of Charleston owns is now deliberate with an upcoming venture to handle drainage issues within the location.
Development of a detention pond is scheduled to soak up the subsequent month or so on the location subsequent to Sister Metropolis Park on South 18th Road or Illinois Route 130.
The Charleston Metropolis Council has authorised a $38,500 contract for the work, accepting the decrease of two bids town obtained. The contract went to Swearingen Excavating of Toledo.
The town acquired the 30-area property about three years in the past with help from the Charleston Space Charitable Basis.
Public Works Director Curt Buescher mentioned setting up the detention pond will help with future growth but additionally handle present drainage points within the location.
The detention pond can be positioned on the south finish of the property. Drainage issues together with standing water on Nursery Street subsequent to town property are an everyday incidence after heavy rains, Buescher mentioned.
Whereas the general growth of the positioning hasn’t been decided but, town has taken early measures for development of a avenue by means of the property.
Earlier this yr, the council approved funding from a state program to construct the road, which can be known as Neighborhood Drive. The road will join Illinois Route 130 with Nursery Street, although the work hasn’t been scheduled but.