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Lost Lake fire protection system installation underway

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The project to expand the Lost Lake fire protection system is underway.

Below are the locations and stages of work to be completed.

Summit Avenue: 8-inch water main with 1 new fire hydrant

Water main installation — completed

Water service installation — Aug. 17 through Sept. 9, 2015

Paving (base coat only by the town of Groton ) — October 2015

Paving (finish top coat by the town of Groton ) — Spring of 2016

Lake Side Drive: 8-inch water main with 3 new fire hydrants

Water main installation — completed

Water service installation — Aug. 17 through Sept. 9, 2015

Paving (base coat only by the town of Groton ) — October 2015

Paving (finish top coat by the town of Groton ) — Spring of 2016

Pine Trail: 12-inch water main with 3 new fire hydrants

Water main installation — Start date July 28, 2015. Anticipated completion, Aug. 10, 2015

Water service installation — Aug. 17 through Sept. 4th, 2015

Paving (base coat only by the General Contractor, Onyx Corporation) — August 2015

Paving (finish top coat by the town of Groton ) — Spring of 2016

Lost Lake Drive: 12-inch water main with 2 new fire hydrants

Water main installation — Revised completion estimate Aug. 7, 2015

Water service installation — Aug. 17 through Sept. 4, 2015

Paving (base coat only by the General Contractor, Onyx Corporation) — August 2015

Paving (finish top coat) — Spring of 2016

Boston Road/Route 119: 12-inch water main with 3 new fire hydrants

Water main installation — Work starting July 22, 2015

Water service installation — Aug. 17 through Sept. 9, 2015

Paving (base coat only by the general contractor, Onyx Corporation) — September 2015

Paving (finish top coat by the general contractor, Onyx Corporation) — Spring of 2016

Weymisset Road: Installation of a 50,000 gallon underground concrete tank — September 2015

Prescott Street: Installation of a 50,000 gallon underground concrete tank — September 2015

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