The nice thing about warm weather is the ability to get outside and get work done, perhaps earlier than scheduled. The not so nice thing is that it also heralds the arrival of the orange barrels, and in Muskego they will be everywhere.
The Public Works Committee will discuss two agreements for the Tess Corners project as well as the Pioneer Drive road project at 6 p.m. Monday at .
hit an early snag with unexpected work needed to address subsoil issues, however, the increase in costs will likely be offset by the Pioneer Drive budget.
indicated that a watermain planned for that roadway will not extend the entire length. Early estimates are that this will bring the project in at less than $1.5 million, a savings of 40 percent of the budgeted $2.5 million.
In addition, the agenda will feature updates on the Janesville Road project, slated to begin in about a month with shovels in the road; Woods Road recreational trail construction; and ongoing agreements with homeowners in various neighborhoods to prevent sewer backups.
The meeting will take place in the first floor Alderman's room and is open to the public.