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Swings and roundabouts for Griffith Council as Kooyoo reconstruction overcomes major hurdle | District News


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The ongoing reconstruction of the streets of Griffith has made some progress recently: the reconstruction of Kuyu Street has overcome a serious obstacle, but on Benarembach Street had to make adjustments. Reconstruction of Kooyoo Street ran into an obstacle in February when it received certification from Essential Energy and purchased several final materials. The impact caused ripples and delays in the development of the 4th stage of Yambil Street, but the priority reconstruction of Kuyu Street is back on track. Engineering Design & Approval Manager Joe Ritz said the weather and services have delayed matters but work is underway. “There have been delays with work on Kuyu Street due to the installation and relocation of necessary services in the area, as well as due to bad weather,” Mr Rizzo said. “Currently, work is underway to install a road construction gravel pavement in preparation for laying asphalt.” Councilor Dean Zakopasto asked about progress at a recent council meeting. “We had a problem with electricity, so where is it?” Mr Reese explained that the electricity and internet connection was approved on the weekend of 9 and 10 April. “The main delay with Kuyu Street is the approval of Essential Energy and NBN … so contractors are now working on the gravel delivery.” electricity. Infrastructure and Operations Director Phil King said they still hope to complete the project by June 30. “There was a delay due to the amount of rock found, which prevented the laying of electricity for underground street lamps on Benarembach Street,” Mr King said. The power supply has been redesigned to use overhead lines, not underground, but it has not yet been approved by Essential Energy and cannot be installed until this permit is granted. “The board expects that we will still be able to complete the project by the end of June, everything will be fine, getting approval, finding materials, and then the contractor will be able to complete the work,” Mr King said. “Unfortunately, much does not depend on our control,” he added. Our journalists make every effort to provide local, up-to-date news to the community. Here’s how you can access our trusted content:


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