||Old Dominion Dr. -Phase I - 22nd St. to 26th St. N.
||CONSTRUCT CURB & GUTTER & SIDEWALKS ON THE WEST SIDE OF OLD DOM. DR. WITH POSSIBLE REALIGNMENT & RECONSTRUCTION OF EAST SIDE TO PROVIDE CONFORMING STREET SECTION TO VDOT REQUIREMENTS WITHIN AVAILABLE R.O.W., ALSO INCLUDES ADDITIONAL PAVEMENT WIDTH FOR ON STREET BIKEWAY. CHANGED TO T2 .
||Project Complete, currently in the Close-out phase
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[01/24/2012] Job Well Done! The project is now fully completed with the installation of the bench in the Rain Garden. Enjoy your new and improved neighborhood. It has been a joy to work with you. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact Elizabeth Diggs at firstname.lastname@example.org.
[01/11/2012] The Rain Garden is functioning very well. The sidewalk, handicap ramps and new catch basin were installed this week. The bench will be installed within the next few weeks. If you have any questions or concerns please contact Elizabeth Diggs at email@example.com.
[12/15/2011] The Rain Garden is almost complete. To complete the project the sidewalk adjacent to the garden will be replaced in January/February timeframe followed by the installation of the bench.
[11/23/2011] DID YOU KNOW! The North Albemarle Rain Garden captures almost 10,000 gallons of polluted runoff from N. 23rd and N. Albemarle Streets during a single rain storm! The rain garden collects polluted water that would otherwise flow into the storm drain, and ultimately into Donaldson Run, the Potomac River and the Chesapeake Bay. Plants, mulch and soil in the rain garden remove pollutants from the runoff. Layers of gravel store the clean water until it can soak into the ground or can flow back into the storm sewer. A great project for the neighborhood and great benefits for the environment.
[11/17/2011] Construction on the Rain Garden started on November 8th and it is anticipated to take approximately three weeks.