MARSHALL — Building within the neighborhood round South Fourth Avenue and Nation Membership Drive received’t finish with the Fourth Avenue undertaking.
On Tuesday, the Marshall Metropolis Council referred to as for a public listening to on deliberate road and utility building on components of Camden Drive and James Avenue. The development undertaking would additionally embrace alternative of a storm sewer primary that cuts throughout the Marshall Golf Course to the Redwood River, mentioned Marshall Metropolis Engineer Jason Anderson.
The council set a Nov. 10 listening to date for the undertaking.
Anderson went over the main points of the deliberate building with council members Tuesday night. The undertaking would substitute the streets and utility traces alongside a section of James Avenue between South Fourth Avenue and Camden Drive; and alongside a section of Camden Drive between James Avenue and South Fourth Avenue. As well as, Anderson mentioned, a storm sewer line that goes below Nation Membership Drive and the golf course would additionally get replaced.
“There’s numerous issues we’re going to need to work out with them,” Anderson mentioned, however he mentioned town would attempt to reduce the affect building would have on the golf course.
Anderson mentioned town held a Zoom assembly for property house owners within the space to speak concerning the proposed undertaking.
“We obtained some enter, however not numerous enter. It wasn’t very nicely attended,” he mentioned.
A feasibility examine on the undertaking mentioned the final time Camden Drive was resurfaced was in 2001. Elements of the highway floor on each Camden Drive and James Avenue are badly deteriorated, the examine mentioned.
Anderson mentioned the proposed building would make a part of James Avenue three ft narrower, whereas making the sidewalks wider. Camden Drive would keep at its present width of 31.5 ft, he mentioned.
The development wold price an estimated $920,000. The full undertaking price, together with contingencies and engineering prices, could be nearer to $1.17 million. Town anticipates promoting for bids for the undertaking in January and February, and beginning building in April, Anderson mentioned.
Council member Craig Schafer and Marshall Mayor Bob Byrnes mentioned having the ability to promote for bids early within the yr could be a great factor for the undertaking.
“I’d prefer to thank the employees for a fast turnout on this,” Schafer mentioned.
Council members voted to set a Nov. 10 public listening to date on the undertaking.
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