| MetroWest Daily News
FRAMINGHAM — Public Works officials will hold a virtual neighborhood meeting next week to update residents on the upcoming Blackberry Lane sewer pumping station project.
The meeting will be held at 6 p.m. on Thursday, March 11, via Zoom.
City staff and a design consultant will present information about the project, which includes a new sewer pump system, electrical upgrades and appurtenances. The sewer pumping station is being upsized to accommodate increased wastewater flows from the Millwood Preserve development.
Improvements will include installation of a new pump system, new valve chamber and wet well structures; electrical upgrades; abandonment of the existing dry well; temporary relocation of about 60 feet of water main; relocation of approximately 300 feet of drainage; and pavement restoration of affected areas, according to the project website.
The developer of the Millwood Preserve project is paying for the upgrades, according to the project website.
Daily road closures on Blackberry Lane will be in effect when work begins.
Residents who cannot attend the meeting but have questions and comments can email [email protected] with the subject line “Blackberry Sewer Neighborhood Meeting.” A video recording of the presentation will be available on the city’s construction website for those who cannot attend live.
Residents can access the meeting by visiting https://www.framinghamma.gov/calendar.aspx?EID=38677.
Jeff Malachowski can be reached at 508-490-7466 or [email protected] Follow him on Twitter @JmalachowskiMW.