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Starting next month, crews will begin the process of replacing approximately 1,000 feet of sewer line along Highland Boulevard. The work is slated to begin August 1 and will include replacing the 8-inch line, associated manholes, and service connections, as well as performing street repair to wrap the project up. “In addition to replacing a section of line that is in poor condition, this project will make it easier on workers to access and maintain this piece of infrastructure,” said Jeff Mansfield, PE, Senior Engineer for the City of Pocatello. Officials say while there may be delays, Highland Boulevard will remain open throughout the project. Gwen Street may see closures with detours in place for affected traffic. “This project is another example of the City being proactive when it comes to infrastructure care and maintenance,” said Michael R. Jaglowski, PE, Public Works Director. The project is expected to last about a month but due to unforeseen circumstances or inclement weather, the project schedule may be altered. Officials would like to thank the public for their understanding and apologize for any inconvenience the work may cause.