Newsletter to Keep Merchants in the Know on Third Street Work

Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL), January 13, 2000 | Go to article overview

Newsletter to Keep Merchants in the Know on Third Street Work


The first edition of the Third Street Times is hot off the press.

The weekly newsletter is the creation of Art Kaindl, the city's project engineer for the utility construction along Third Street.

Kaindl plans to publish his newsletter weekly to keep business owners and city officials updated on the work in the six-block repairs between the Union Pacific railroad tracks on the south and Hamilton Street to the north.

According to the newsletter, Martam Construction Co. has installed new water mains from Crescent Place to Franklin Street.

Construction of fire hydrants and valve vaults is ongoing.

During the next week, contractors expect to finish the water main work south of Franklin. Flushing, pressure testing and chlorinating of the new mains will be the next task.

The electrical contractor, Trench-It Co., plans to continue digging for new underground utility lines in the area surrounding Fulton Street and the old Kane County Courthouse.

Kaindl reminds business owners and residents that they will be notified of inconveniences caused by the street repairs, such as a brief power outage.

Kaindl, a retired Cook County highway department civil engineer, served as the go-between for Geneva and business owners during the State Street bridge reconstruction and the street resurfacing about five years ago.

If you have questions about the Third Street project, Kaindl can be reached between 7 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. at (630) 248-5934.

Promotions have support: The Chamber of Commerce plans to use artistic bicycles to bring people to Geneva during the Third Street repairs, which will last through October. …

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