Tuesday, July 08, 2014

As you drive by Highlands Ranch High School at University & Cresthill Lane  you cannot miss the drilling rig with the curtains around it. Here is the story: 

In the 1970s The East Cherry Creek Valley water well was drilled over 40 years ago as part of the Willows Water District. The well has reached the end of its usable life. In order for ECCV to continue to access this important part of its water supply, they must drill a new well. This work is expected to begin on Monday, July 7. 

During certain phases, work will run 24 hours a day. While a sound reduction wall is in place, and nighttime safety lighting will be directed downward as much as possible, some noise and light disturbances may occur. 

An overview of ECCV's water well reconstruction projects can be found atwww.eccv.org/water-well-reconstruction. The District will also be providing regular updates via Facebook and Twitter. Finally, you can sign up for emails about the project’s progress by sending a message to info@eccv.org. Ask to be put on the list for Well WPA-1R. 

Thanks to Adam Smith, a Venneford Point & Friends Resident, for this information.

Pete Doty is A Full Time Licensed real estate broker since 1985 I go to work everyday for you & your friends, learning about our home town! It could be Highlands Ranch, Lone Tree, Littleton, Castle Rock, Centennial, Englewood, Parker, Elizabeth, Larkspur, Franktown, Kiowa, or anywhere in metro Denver Colorado. Talk to me for real estate advice, properties for sale, multiple listing service, all available at www.DenverRelocation.com. Drop me a note to pete@Denverrelocation.com

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