Lexington to begin repairing two miles of sewer lines
LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – The City of Lexington is scheduled to begin work this week on a two-year project to replace and repair two miles of sewer lines.
Officials say the repairs will be between Oliver Lewis Way and Tates Creek Road.
The project is expected to cost almost $11 million and will run along Euclid Avenue through the University of Kentucky campus and the Chevy Chase Business District.
The city says it’s aware the project will be disruptive to drivers and neighborhoods, but says it’s been ordered by the Environmental Protection Agency to make the improvements.