No plans tonight and you live, work or travel through the Southgate neighborhood? Then you’ll probably want to stop by the neighborhood council meeting. One item on the agenda is a discussion of a project at east 44th
Avenue scheduled for the 2015 construction season.
The discussion will address the installation of a water main at 44th Avenue between Freya and Myrtle Streets. Also up for discussion is how access to water will be provided to residents during construction. Several pine trees in the area must be removed in order to set up the water access. After construction is finished, the neighborhood will have the opportunity to get trees replanted in the area.
Meeting attendees can also learn more about plans to install a 12-foot wide paved pedestrian bike trail from Freya Street to Havana Street as proposed in the Southgate Neighborhood Plan.
The meeting is tonight, 7-8 p.m. at the Education Service District 101 building, 4202 S. Regal Street.
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