Village Projects

Hainesville Projects Updates

Thursday, February 1st, 2018

This space will be used to provide the Village residents with a running list/log of ongoing projects.
Mayor Gerry Daley

Street Repaving and Curb Repair
4/29/21
The contract for the repaving and curb repair of Emerson, Aspen Circle, Elk Court, and White Lane has been given to Peter Baker and Son.  Once the paperwork is approved by the State work will begin.  It will likely be mid-summer.

Misty Hill Pond East Erosion Control
4/29/21–
We will be repairing obvious areas of erosion around the southeast area of the pond.  Start date is TBA.

Water Tower and Reservoir Repair
4/28/21–
The engineering contracts have been let.  Start date is TBA.

Wetland Channeling
4/28/21–We are entering the final year of a 4 year project whose goal was to increase the water flow in the wetlands which will help reduce flooding.  This year we will dig a channel north of the Avon ball fields from Hainesville Road to Elk Court.  Start date TBA.

Village Wide Tree Trimming and Removal
3/18/21–Easement trees will be trimmed as needed throughout the Village.  Also planned is the removal of numerous dead trees that border our various wetlands.
4/29/21–The tree trimming and removal of dangerous trees will begin this month weather permitting.

Sidewalk Repair Program
3/18/21–As we have the last two years, we will continue to repair sidewalks throughout the Village.  We will be repairing trip hazards, cracked, broken, and badly spalled sections as time and weather allows.
4/29/21–Sidewalk repair and replacement has begun and will continue through the summer as time and weather allows.

Storm Sewer Line Evaluation and Repair
4/29/21–
This is year 1 of a 2 year project.  We will video inspect approximately 50% of our storm sewer lines.  Blockages, if found, will be removed and repairs will be performed as necessary.  Next year we will complete the project.

Wetland Clearing
4/29/21–
We will continue to clear an 8 to 10 foot area behind the houses that back up to our various wetlands in order to prevent further incursion onto private property.

Public Works Well
4/30/20–Currently the Village has two wells that provide water to the entire Village.  Neither well can, by itself, provide adequate flow to meet the Village’s needs.  So we will be reviewing numerous options that, in the end, will provide us with more than sufficient water supply.
3/18/21–Upon further review of the options and the goal I want to obtain, We are again looking into a standalone well.  We abandoned the idea of adding a new well hole at our two current sites because of the possibility of the equipment that would serve both well holes failing.  If that were to happen, we would still be depending on only one service point.  My goal for this project is to always have two service points available to the Village.

 
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