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Below is an update of construction activities
scheduled along South Sanborn through May 27th. Regular updates will also
be posted on the City of Jefferson Facebook page and website. Any questions
can be directed to Bill Pinnow, City Engineer at 920-674-7700.
Construction Update from May 18 – May 27,
The contractor continues to make progress
with storm sewer in South Sanborn working from East Washington north towards
The contractor expects to have storm sewer
laid in S Sanborn north to E Dodge Street by early next week (approximately
Monday May 23)
Once reaching this point they will start
moving east, laying approximately 300’ of storm sewer in the terrace north
of E Dodge Street from S Sanborn extending east
While working in this area, a fence will be
installed in the E Dodge terrace keeping kids and pedestrians out of the
East Dodge will still be accessible to
traffic in this area with the exception of times when structures are being
placed or crossings are required.
During the week following Memorial Day, the
contractor will be working Tuesday – Friday
The overall construction will continue
through July. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.
We encourage you to visit our community and enjoy our proud German Heritage. In September of each year, citizens of the City of Jefferson participate in "Gemuetlichkeit Days" to celebrate our German Heritage. Young and old dress in traditional German costume and participate in contests throughout the festival weekend. Just a few things you can enjoy are music and dancing, indulging in authentic German cuisine, and a huge parade on Sunday.
The festival is a family event with a German theme, but don't worry...you don't have to be German to enjoy it!
The festival takes place the 2nd weekend after
For more information on Gemuetlichkeit Days visit: www.gdays.org
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