The town for some time has been studying options to address concerns with the Marsh Road portion of the Atherton Channel, which "has deteriorated and is in need of repair," according to a staff report by Gordon Siebert, the town engineer.
The council will review a report by the structural engineering firm Biggs Cardosa Associates, which analyzes the channel and presents four preliminary designs for a retaining wall and repair project. The staff report identifies two alternatives as superior "based on their ability to implement repairs at least cost." The projected cost of those alternatives is about $2.1 million.
The meeting will be in the Town Council Chambers, 94 Ashfield Road in the Town Center.
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