The Village of Sunrise Beach is constructing a wastewater treatment system along Highway 5 from Spring Cove Road (formerly Lake Rd. 5-39) to the Hurricane Deck Bridge.
What it is
The Village of Sunrise Beach is constructing a wastewater treatment system along Highway 5 from Spring Cove Road (formerly Lake Rd. 5-39) to the Hurricane Deck Bridge.The project required a total of 74 easements, all of which have been obtained by the city. It will initially serve approximately 25 residential and 40 commercial customers. The treatment plant will be located near the Hurricane Deck Bridge. The extended-aeration treatment plant will have a capacity of 50,000 gallons per day with the potential to add another 25,000 gallons per day. The plant will discharge into a nearby losing stream.
Construction of a wastewater treatment system will soon be underway in the Village of Sunrise Beach. On May 13, the board of trustees approved the bid from Don Maggi Construction to complete the work. Based in Rolla, Mo., Maggi had the lowest bid at $1,940,226.95. The board also held its last public hearing on proposed user rates.
Maggi will have 270 days to complete the project once the notice to proceed has been given following finalization of the contract. The agreement will also include a special provision requiring the company to get the line to the new Woods Supermarket and the pre-manufactured treatment plant online in 90 days. An interim agreement will allow Woods to pump out sewage from holding tanks until it goes on the new system.