Construction of the $44 million system is expected to be completed in 2019
Valerie Myers @ETNMyers
Construction of a new sanitary sewer system to serve about 925 homes in Greene Township is expected to continue through winter.Work on the $44 million sewer project started this past spring and is divided into four phases.
Erie lakeshore could get up to 8 inches of snow. Inland accumulation could double that. Valerie Myers @ETNMyers
The first major snowstorm of the season is expected to linger in the tristate area through Wednesday. Northwest winds gusting up to 30 mph at times Tuesday are expected to carry the heaviest lake-effect snow inland, according to the National Weather Service forecast office in Cleveland.
Winter work will be mostly plowing and salting, but some construction continues. Valerie Myers @ETNMyers
The orange traffic cones are mostly off the roads and in storage. But some road construction will continue through winter as weather permits.Most noticeably, contractors are still at work building a new bridge over Walnut Creek just west of the Millcreek Mall.Other road work this season is finished or will resume in spring.
#erielive Mercyhurst University today welcomed $1.5 million gift from Thomas B. Hagen by renaming the university history department in his honor. The gift is the largest in Mercyhurst history, President Michael Victor said.
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