After working with the City of West Lafayette and Vectren, the New Chauncey Neighborhood Association was able to move up the repair work scheduled for our streets, curbstrips, and sidewalks. You can now see some progress, thanks to J. G. Case Construction.
We did learn, however, that if you suffered damage in your yard (not the curbstrip), the responsibility for repair is between Vectren and yourself. If you have areas of your yard that were destroyed by Patton Construction during the gas line update, please document with pictures. We hope to have a community meeting to work towards a resolution.
UPDATE: Thanks to Leadership Team Member, Shelley, you can read this FAQ from Vectren about the process.
A significant amount of damage has been done to the sidewalks, greenspace, and yards.
Members of the Neighborhood Leadership Team (others are welcome) are trying to get the latest information regarding the gas line replacement project in our neighborhood.
In my initial conversation with Patton construction, they stated that the sand filler is being used for expedience and that the next round would be with top soil.
More as we get it. If you have any information, please feel free to contact us and we will update our web site.
If you haven’t walked around Salisbury or Stadium, here are a few pictures from our neighborhood.