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July 2021

Published by hamiltonl, 2021-08-06 12:02:31

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July 2021 DPS News JULY has been a hot and Upcoming Events rainy month and our teams August 11th are working as hard as ever. Festival of the Hills The rain from last month continued, putting a slight August 16th delay in some of our Innovation Hills Ribbon projects, but we are attempting to complete all Cutting projects as timely as possible. August 18th Take Your Kids to Work Day We were able to have some fun this month by August 23 getting our entire team Budget Presentation to together for lunch and our annual picture. We also City Council celebrated the retirements of two of our long term employees and many members of our operations team participated in the bi- annual Tons of Trucks event at Borden Park. Team outing and luncheon at the Van Hoosen Museum. It was great to get the whole team together again!

2021 Construction Projects Concrete Program #1 – Northwest side of the City Projects continuing on schedule Concrete Program #2 – Southeast side of the City Projects continuing on schedule Asphalt Program – Butler Rd Restoration continuing Avon/Dequindre Project Design Ongoing Vactor disposal pad and Water Main project wash bay Design phase Tienken Manor/ Grosse Pines Hamlin Road Reconstruction Crews are finishing up Westbound side almost completely Tienken Manor, and starting paved. Should be open both ways in shift to Grosse Pines the coming weeks.

DPS Appreciation Good Afternoon, I want to tell you how much I appreciate the construction crew that is working on our street. The construction team leaders held a Zoom meeting prior to starting the work, told us what to expect and answered any questions we had. They have even sent us weekly email updates to keep us informed of how the work is progressing. The construction crew works extremely hard while they are here and have been very accommodating. This crew has gone out of its way to accommodate my family. On July 22nd my husband had total knee replacement surgery and as luck would have it - the work on our side of the street started July 21st. I called Ted Meadows on the 21st and explained our situation. He was extremely helpful. After tearing out the cement, he had his crew put in a gravel ramp that connected our driveway to the newly paved portion of the street. This allowed me to pull up to the driveway so my husband could get to the car for his PT appointments. This week, they came to the door to tell us that they would work around us, if we still needed the ramp. Fortunately, things are going so well that my husband could walk across the neighbor’s lawn to the end of the street where it is paved to get into the car. I know that there has been a lot of rain and that the construction is behind schedule, but every day that they were able to work - they were here. I’m sure that you get complaints when people aren’t happy - I want to be sure that you hear the compliments when they are warranted. Warm regards, Cindy Shankin Lead and Copper Rule Thank you to all City employees The purpose of the Lead and Copper Rule (LCR) that participated in our 2021 Lead is to protect public health by minimizing lead and and Copper water testing, either copper levels in drinking water. Lead and copper by sending in a sample or helping enter drinking water mainly from corrosion of lead and copper containing plumbing materials. The with distribution and/or pickup. rule establishes action levels (AL) for lead and We collected 30 suitable samples copper based on a 90th percentile level of tap water samples. An action level exceedance is not to submit to the Great Lakes a violation but triggers other requirements to Water Authority. minimize exposure to lead and copper in drinking water, including water quality parameter Prepping the bottles monitoring, corrosion control treatment, source for the testing water monitoring/treatment, public education, and lead service line replacement. All community water supplies and nontransient noncommunity water supplies are subject to the LCR requirements.

Other DPS News Congrats to Mike Fairbrother for recently earning his CDL!!! Others are working in the yard afterhours to train on the equipment to help with passing their upcoming CDL tests. 3 of our 5 cab and chassis have arrived and are scheduled for upfit. David Batu joined our Rochester Hills Fleet team this month. Pathway Program Officially reached 100 miles of pathway

Other DPS News Tons of Trucks Happy Birthday, Charlie

Other DPS News Congratulations to Bob Bunner and Bob Zachos on their recent retirement.Two remarkable guys that will be greatly missed! Thank you to Mayor Barnett for the nice send-off by presenting the Bob’s with their unexpected proclamations


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