FRAMINGHAM – Framingham Public Works will host a neighborhood meeting on Wednesday, June 14 at 7 p.m. in the Community Room of the McAuliffe Branch Library located at 746 Water Street.
The neighborhood meeting will serve as a forum for residents to learn about the Sewer Pump Station Replacements Project, which will replace four pump stations in Framingham over the next two construction seasons.
The Sewer Pump Station Replacements Project includes the replacement of four existing sewer pump stations (Eastleigh, Hancock, Little Farm and Shawmut). These four sewer pump stations serve the residential homes in the areas of Angelica Drive, Ditullio Drive, Hancock Lane, Little Farms Road, Brigham Road and Shawmut Terrace.
The project will also include the standardization of the pump stations, which will provide greater enhancements to safety, serviceability, alarms and control, and availability of parts. Also, included in this project is an upgrade of various utilities and electrical services, as well as improvements for parking on Little Farms Road for visitors of the Carol Getchell Trail & boat launch.
“We’re looking forward to having a discussion with residents about the replacement of these sewer pump stations, and the health, safety, and serviceability benefits that will come as a result” said Peter Sellers, Executive Director, Framingham Public Works.
Residents who have questions ahead of the neighborhood meeting are encouraged to call Sean Dugan, Senior Communications Project Manager, at 508-532-6029.