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Council authorizes Casino Beach, Love Circle improvements

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CASINO BEACH IMPROVEMENTS

On Oct. 25, the Fort Worth City  Council authorized execution of a contract with William J. Schultz, Inc., doing business as Circle C Construction Company, allowing for $3.9 million for Love Circle and Casino Beach Park water and sanitary sewer extension improvements. They also approved amending the 2016 fiscal year capital improvements plan to add $1.1 million for additional project funding.

A more detailed outline on the city’s website includes: Water and wastewater lines will be extended in order to provide service to the Lake Worth area currently not served by the city of Fort Worth. Water lines will be constructed along Watercress Drive from Silver Creek Road to Surfside Drive and across Lake Worth from the south side of the Lake Worth Marina Park to Casino Beach Park. A wastewater lift station is being installed in Casino Beach Park, and a wastewater main from the existing Meadow Lakes lift station to underneath Lake Worth and to Love Circle and Jacksboro Highway will be constructed.

Future phases of the project will involve installation of a water line around Love Circle, under Jacksboro Highway to Surfside Drive to Watercress Dirve and along Watercress Drive from Surfside Drive to Jacksboro Highway. A wastewater main line will also be included in the construction.

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