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Completion of Market Street Project Phase 2 delayed due to waterline repositioning

July 9, 2010, 8:37 PM HST
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Work to complete the second phase of the Market Street Improvement Project in Happy Valley, Wailuku, will be delayed due to work on County water lines located in the project area.  The announcement was made today by the County of Maui Department of Public Works.  Work will be performed by County of Maui Department of Water Supply (DWS) personnel to reposition the waterlines to accommodate project infrastructure.

The project, which began in January, 2010, falls under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA – Federal Stimulus). Total cost of the project is $2,592,371 and includes new sidewalks, curbs, ramps, driveways and signage, as well as drainage improvements and a landscaped island for bus passengers.

An assessment will be made once the DWS infrastructure improvements are made, and the general contractor for the project, Goodfellow Bros., Inc., resumes work.  Construction is anticipated for completion in early Spring 2011.

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