Rennecke said repairs to the streets in question will take place sometime in the next few weeks, as the Sept. 1 deadline looms. There is also a final layer of paving that needs to be applied, as well as striping and signage work.
Council member George Landuyt asked Rennecke how the problem slipped under the radar.
“I drove one of the streets after the rain — there was more water on the street than there was in the pool,” Landuyt said. “It shouldn’t be that way.”
Rennecke couldn’t offer a direct answer to Landuyt’s concern due to a lack of data at the time of the meeting Monday.
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