A proposed sewage pipe project involving the proposed replacement of main sewage lines that currently come down Irma Avenue, Sandy Hollow and Glen Lane in Port Washington will be discussed Monday at the Port Washington Library.
The plan calls for the installation of new lines from Irma down Francis Drive, Roger Drive then Glen Lane closing those roads for periods of time. The work could affect up to 200 homes with construction and road closure issues.
Staff from the Port Washington Water Pollution Control District will be on hand to answer questions at the Aug. 26 event, sponsored by the Harbor Hills Residents Association. The meeting begins at 7 p.m. in the Hagedorn Meeting Room.
The sewage issue is expected to be discussed by the Town of North Hempstead board of trustees soon.