April 26, 2022 - Project Clear Meeting

The Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District (MSD) works to protect the public health and environment through effective wastewater and stormwater management. As part of MSD Project Clear, a long-term effort to reduce basement backups and sewer overflows, MSD has engaged the services of Lochmueller Group, Inc. to design sewer improvements through a project planned in your neighborhood:

You're Invited to a Virtual Public Meeting!
MSD Project Clear invites you to attend a Zoom virtual public meeting on Thursday, MAY 12, 2022 from 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM to learn more about the project, meet the Design team, and let us answer any questions you may have. We look forward to a good discussion, and we wanted to provide some tips for navigating this virtual meeting. First, you don't need to download anything or install an app or even have an internet connection to participate. You can log in from a desktop, handheld device, or even your landline phone. The best way to participate in the meeting is through a desktop computer or tablet, as you'll be able to see our slides and presenters and type in questions during the meeting.

Registration is required to participate through a computer or tablet. To register, visit msdprojectclear.org/12280mtg. Once you register, you will be sent the meeting link and further instructions on how to attend. If you register with your email, you will also get a reminder sent to you the day before the meeting. If dialing in by phone, call this number: 877-853-5257 and when prompted, enter the webinar ID: 831 4056 9425 and password: 182465. Participants using the dial-in option will not be able to submit questions during the meeting, however, we invite you to send questions to us via our website at msdprojectclear.org/12280. We look forward to "seeing" you all on May 12th!

A Clear Solution:
MSD Project Clear planners and engineers have designed a new project called White Plains Sanitary Relief (Saltbox Dr to Cedar Creek Rd) (12280) This project will help reduce basement backups and prevent sewer overflows by increasing the size of the sewer.
Additional information on the project can be found by visiting msdprojectclear.org/12280. We appreciate your cooperation as we work together to improve water quality and reduce basement backups in your neighborhood.

Ema Stendback, PE
MSD Project Manager, Engineering Department
(314) 768-6270