Beginning Monday, November 3, 2014, PEC Corporation from Helena, Montana, under contract with the Baker City Public Works Department will be lining several wastewater main lines in town. The process being used is "Cast in Place Pipe" (CIPP). Benefits of this process include no excavation or surface restoration necessary, 50+ year design life, project completion with minimal disruption of service or traffic, and considerable cost savings vs. the traditional excavation method of pipeline rehabilitation or replacement.
The work is expected to take up to two weeks. Work will be completed in various areas of Baker City (see list below). Cleaning and line inspection activities were recently completed.
Your cooperation and patience during this project is appreciated. If you have any questions, please contact Baker City Public Works (541) 523-2046 or (541) 524-2020.
|Wastewater Lines to be Rehabilitated||Stormwater Lines to be Rehabilitated|
|Myrtle Street from Elm to East||Broadway from Resort to the Powder River|
|Alley between 2nd and 3rd from Court to Washington||Broadway from 4th to 5th|
|'H' Street from 11th to 12th||
Ninth Street from 'D' to 'E'
|4th Street from Madison to Campbell|
|9th Street from Baker to Washington|
|5th Street from 'B' to 'C'|
|8th Street from 'A' to 'B'|
|Alley between 9th and 10th from 'A' to 'B'|
|'B' Street from Resort to 1st|
|3rd Street from 100' north of Campbell to 'B'|
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Baker City is looking to fill three open positions on the Golf Board. The Golf Board was created to promote the Quail Ridge Golf Course owned by the City, which is considered one of the most important assets to our community. This board works closely with the golf course operator, Tiedemann Consulting, LLC. and the City Manager to ensure the continued success of the golf course. The Golf Board is a three-year term commitment with two positions expiring November 2017 and one partial term expiring November 2016. The individual receiving the lowest amount of Council votes will be appointed to serve the remaining allotment of the partial term.
To apply, please click here or contact Luke Yeaton at City Hall (541) 524-2033 email@example.com.Add a comment
The Baker Circuit Court has set a trial date for the lawsuit that has been filed against the City of Baker City by Richard Langrell, who is a Baker City City Councilor. A twelve person jury trial has been set to begin on April 2, 2015 at 9:00 am. The Court has also set a date of January 23, 2015 at 1:30 pm, in order to hear a motion that has been filed in the case. The trial will resolve a dispute between Baker City and Richard Langrell, which resulted from the annexation of Langrell’s property into the City. At the time of annexation the City waived their portion of the property taxes on the property however continued to charge double water and wastewater rates to the property. In the complaint Langrell asserts that the City did not have the authority to collect the double fees.Add a comment
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