Palm Beach Daily News Thursday, April 06, 2017 William Kelly – Daily News Staff Writer Decisions due soon on first phase of utilities project in Palm Beach After years of study, the clock is ticking toward decision time for the first phase of a town-wide conversion to underground utilities. Town Council meetings on April 13 […]
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Saves: Reduction of easements on the North End Raves: UUTF Member assistance in the easement acquisition process
By Michele Dargan, Special for the Civic Association — More than 50 people filled the Palm Beach Civic Association’s Community Room Wednesday to get the latest information and hear responses to their questions regarding the estimated $98.6 million project to bury the town’s utility lines. Project Manager Kevin Schanen of Kimley-Horn told the attendees that […]
From the Town of Palm Beach (click here to read the original post). The Town of Palm Beach announces board member opening on the Town’s Underground Utilities Task Force effective March 15, 2017. The Underground Utilities Task Force (UUTF) was created on May 12, 2015 by Resolution No. 50-2015 and consists of seven (7) members […]
Palm Beach Post By William Kelly – Daily News Staff Writer With the clocking ticking toward construction, the town is scrambling to obtain easements needed to bury utility lines during the first phase of a town-wide conversion to underground utilities. Phase one is divided into two segments to be built simultaneously – the upper North […]
Palm Beach Post By William Kelly – Daily News Staff Writer With costs threatening to exceed $90 million, Palm Beach may hire a second engineering firm to review a plan for burying all power, cable television and phone lines on the island. The Underground Utilities Task Force recommended Tuesday that the Town Council hire a […]
Saves: A walk through of Phase 1 North was conducted to determine if any existing service drops could be intercepted at street front locations. Several were discovered that will save approximately $18,000. Raves: Jay Boodheshwar and his staff for their assistance in helping us expedite the easement acquisition process in Phase 1 South.