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closed #133277

Utilities Construction

S Walnut Street PIKE

Case Date:
8/9/2013

Heavy rain water is not going into the storm drain properly

closed #135441

Utilities Construction

936 S Brumley CT

Case Date:
12/2/2013

Customer doesnt like where new water pit was installed. Wants supervisor to call her and explain why?

closed #170552

Utilities Construction

800-898 N Maple St, Bloomington, Indiana, 47404

Case Date:
9/29/2019

There is a water access place in the intersection of 13th st and maple st that has been leaking water for a 2 days now.

closed #133925

Utilities Construction

7046 S Shields Ridge RD

Case Date:
9/4/2013

Resident (Shawn Waylen?) at 7046 S. Shields Ridge Rd. reports that repairs are needed to yard and driveway. The new 36" water transmission pipeline was installed in this area.

closed #135139

Utilities Construction

700 E Winslow Farm DR

Case Date:
11/5/2013

says her HOA is planning to remove a retention pond behind her house and install a water garden, she does not want this to happen.

closed #172729

Utilities Construction

620 W 15th ST

Case Date:
6/10/2020

There is water coming up from the street here. It's actually been happening for months. Looks like either some sort of water main break.

closed #135263

Utilities Construction

617 W 17th ST

Case Date:
11/15/2013

water coming up in road, possible main break.

closed #175710

Utilities Construction

608 N Kerry DR

Case Date:
5/7/2021

A water main broke and was repair on Thanksgiving Day, 2020. The road damage and damage to my yard has not been repaired. When will this be done?

closed #133758

Utilities Construction

6000 S Handy RD

Case Date:
8/28/2013

Received voice message from James Eller, owner and resident of 6000 S. Handy Rd. Mr. Eller alleges that settlement occurred to his yard as a result of CBU's water transmission main project.

closed #172192

Utilities Construction

600 E Moody DR

Case Date:
4/9/2020

Three very large pipes have been lying in my yard for over one week now. I believe that this is for a contracted public works project. I do not want to approach the workers during this public health crisis as they are not wearing face masks. I would like to be able to mow my lawn this weekend, and I do not feel that the lawn of an occupied house is the appropriate place to store construction equipment. I would like to request that the workers are instructed to remove the pipes from my lawn either today (Thursday, April 09, 2020) or tomorrow. In the event that this is not a water-related project, I would assume the city has permits on file to communicate with the appropriate party.