Expensive sewer repairs showing little benefit in Redington Shores
REDINGTON SHORES - The Town Commission got a status report and evaluation of work being done to fix an aging sewer system. After four years of costly repairs, the town is still paying twice what it should for wastewater treatment, Mayor MaryBeth Henderson said at the Feb. 24 commission workshop.
Project manager Butch Lanaville and Mark Gulyas of Miller Pipeline, the contractors who have worked on the sewers for the past four years, gave a presentation at the meeting. They told of the progress made so far to fix the problems with the deteriorating system, which is over 60 years old.
The sewer system consists of the main sewer lines, the smaller lateral lines that run from the houses, condos and businesses to the main lines, and the manholes.