The St. Mary’s County Metropolitan Commission (MetCom) will hold a Public Informational Meeting to discuss Patuxent Park Water and Sewer Replacement Phase 4 Project No. 8161WR & 8161SR.
These projects are MetCom’s fourth and final phase of Patuxent Park’s water & sewer replacement and rehabilitation efforts that include systems on Midway Drive (from Saratoga Drive toward N.
Midway Drive), Franklin Road, N. Essex Drive (from Saratoga Drive to Midway Drive) Ranger Road, Enterprise Road and Hancock Road, located in the Patuxent Park subdivision. The infrastructure within the Patuxent Park subdivision was constructed by the U.S. Navy in the mid 1940’s and the water & sewer systems require replacement and rehabilitation.
The Public Meeting will be held on Wednesday, January 31, 2018, beginning at 6:30 PM at MetCom’s Administrative office, 23121 Camden Way, California, Maryland. The plans and specifications for the referenced projects may be inspected at the time of the meeting or at MetCom’s Engineering Department located at the address above, from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM Monday through Friday.
All interested persons are invited to attend this Public Workshop to ask questions regarding this project. Please contact the Metropolitan Commission offices at 301.737.7400, Ext. 301 or email@example.com for more information, or if you cannot attend the meeting and wish to provide comment.
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