For Immediate Release
April 9, 2020
Mayor Madden: Campbell Avenue Sewer Line Replacement Project Completed Ahead of Schedule
Campbell Avenue reopened to regular vehicle traffic following replacement of approximately 200 feet of 24-inch sewer line
Project completes final section of multi-year effort to replace or upgrade approximately 2,600 linear feet of sewer line on Campbell Avenue
Mayor Madden thanks residents, businesses for their patience, cooperation while sewer infrastructure work was underway
TROY, NY – Mayor Patrick Madden today announced Campbell Avenue has been reopened ahead of schedule following the replacement of approximately 200 feet of 24-inch sewer line between Colleen Road and Sherman Avenue. Normal vehicle traffic can resume use of the route.
The project completed the final section of a multi-year effort to replace or reline approximately 2,600 linear feet of sewer line on Campbell Avenue between Thomas Street and the Campbell Avenue Bridge.
Mayor Madden said, “We’re pleased to complete the final portion of critical sewer line replacements beneath Campbell Avenue, essential to ensuring the long-term reliability of our sewer infrastructure network. I commend the Department of Public Utilities for their quick work to complete this project, and extend my thanks to our residents and local businesses for their patience and cooperation while this important sewer infrastructure work was underway.”
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John Salka, Deputy Director of Public Information
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