Brook relocation work slated to start in July in Salem
“They are looking to have the stormwater discharge, the water runoff basically, be pumped into the town of Salem’s wastewater system and then have that water delivered to the Greater Lawrence Sanitary District,” said Town Manager Keith Hickey.
“Initially, this was going to the primary means of stormwater management,” said I-93 project manager Peter Stamnas. However, because of the capacity of the town’s pumps, Stamnas said the state was not confident those pumps would be adequate, so they are going to use them only as a backup system.
Selectman Stephen Campbell asked how long the project is expected to take. Stamnas said the project will likely take about two to three months, beginning in July and completed by early September.
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