Crosby City Council workshop with Miner’s Inc. on sewer lines and SuperOne Foods
By Paul Vold firstname.lastname@example.org (9/2/21)
(Crosby, MN) — The Crosby City Council Tuesday night met with Miner’s Incorporated to discuss solution concerns sewer lines running underneath Highway 6/County Road 31 and at the location of the new SuperOne Foods.
City Administrator Matthew Hill first spoke about the background of the project and sewer lines would be affected from the changes.
Miner’s Inc. pointed out that the depth of the sewer lines the City has proposed of 23 feet, would cause delays on the opening of the SuperOne as the parking lot would have to be torn up in order to dig deeper lines. Miner’s countered by keeping the lines at 8 feet.
Engineer Phil Martin also spoke of moving the sewer lines to the south side of County Road 31 to minimize the interference of Miner’s construction.
The Council and Miner’s did discuss another meeting to present an option for review by the Council at a later date.