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RE:  Notice of District Meeting

Dear Customer:

The Kennebunk Sewer District (KSD) Board of Trustees adopted a bond resolution to finance replacement of a pump station, replacement of defective pressure mains and the design and engineering of a new Biological Nitrogen Removal Treatment system.

These projects will be replacing or repairing aging infrastructure vital to the collection and treatment of wastewater generated by the District.

The following public notification invites KSD customers to attend the next district meeting to learn more about the projects and to provide public comment.

District Meeting of the Kennebunk Sewer District

The Board of Trustees of the Kennebunk Sewer District will hold a District Meeting at 7:00 PM on Tuesday, September 28, 2021, at the Kennebunk Sewer District Administration Building, 44 Water Street in Kennebunk.  The purpose of the District Meeting will be to receive public comment from the District’s ratepayers on a bond resolution adopted by the Board of Trustees on August 3, 2021 authorizing up to $4,000,000 of the District’s bonds to finance the following improvements:

 

Doane’s Wharf Pumping Station:  To finance the construction of a wastewater pumping station at Doane’s Wharf to replace the existing pumping station.  This project may include (but is not limited to) the following components:

 

  • Costs, fees and expenses for the permitting, design and engineering, and construction administration of the project
  • Securing property and property rights
  • Legal costs and fees
  • Installation of a new pump station complete with pumps, controls, SCADA, emergency power, communications, site work, appurtenances, and the demolition of the existing station
  • New sewer and manholes as needed to connect the new station to the existing gravity and force mains.

 

Well Road Force Main Project:  To finance the replacement of approximately 1000 feet of defective force main beginning at the Wells Road Pumping Station.  This project may include (but is not limited to) the following components:

 

  • Costs, fees and expenses for the permitting, design and engineering, and construction administration of the project
  • Legal costs and fees
  • 1000 feet of 10-inch Polyethylene pipe
  • Modifications to the pumping station piping
  • Controls and instrumentation
  • Valves and appurtenances

Biological Nitrogen Removal Treatment System Design:  To finance the design and engineering of a new Biological Nitrogen Removal Treatment system at the Kennebunk Sewer District wastewater treatment facility located at 71 Water Street in Kennebunk, Maine.  This project may include (but is not limited to) the following components:

 

  • Costs, fees and expenses for the permitting, design and engineering, and construction administration of the project
  • Equipment evaluations or demonstrations
  • Legal costs and fees
  • Bidding process including preparation of bid documents, advertising, evaluations
  • Peer review of design by separate engineering firm

James Oppert, Clerk

Kennebunk Sewer District