Camden shares updates on area utility projects

The City of Camden has posted updates on is website about ongoing utility infrastructure projects.

In the Walnut Street region, four businesses still need power transferred underground.   File photo

The City of Camden has posted updates on is website about ongoing utility infrastructure projects.

The cable project is almost finished in the Lyttleton Street Area; the area is still awaiting phone updates.

The project around Fair Street has contractors pouring concrete bases. Some power has been switched to underground lines, and contractors will notify residents about when their service will switch over. The work should be complete within a month

In the Blackhawk area, water services are being switched over to a new system. Any water seen flowing out of blue pipes means the line is being flushed to meet standards, which is normal. Water lines are also being installed along Chesnut to Lakeview and Sarsfield to Chesnut. Sewer lines are being installed along Greene, Brevard and Mill streets. An electric contractor has finished installing underground conduit and is working on installing wires.

In the Kendall Mill Village area, the phone company has started its project. The city has completed its own work in the area.

In the Walnut Street region, four businesses still need power transferred underground. A contractor is installing 12 lights. Work should be completed in a few more weeks, weather permitting. After that, the phone and cable companies will work on transferring their systems underground.

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