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Southeast Interceptor Project Gets Underway in Northeast Bend

You may want to avoid 27th Street in Bend today as crews locate utilities in preparation for one of the largest utility projects we have seen in decades.   The Southeast Interceptor will provide another route for the City's sewage to get to the sewage treatment plant. “It’s important because we are very capacity limited in these areas, as well as it's very difficult to work right downtown on some of the old pipelines that have been put in during the last 50 years. This helps route a significant portion of the wastewater flow from the southeast and southwest areas of Bend.” The traffic signal will be shut down at 27th and Butler Market at times from 9am to 3:30 today, and look for crews marking utilities from Butler Market all the way to Reed Market Road.

 

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