<137>CHRIS OBERHOLTZ/ The Kansas City Star_082905_The Kansas City Water Department’s storm sewer project in the Brookside area is creating some traffic detours, but residents are ecstatic at the possibility of dry basements. Work got underway on Monday as sewer construction near Brookside Boulevard and Huntington Road is currently in phase two of the project, called Huntington Relief.' cutline: Residents of the Brookside area have to contend with traffic detours because of construction on the Brookside Watershed Improvement Program. But the prospects of dry basements make it worthwhile. ORG XMIT: Q2RA4KV ORG XMIT: Q910VGUT cutline: Kansas Citians need a realistic plan to fix sewer and water systems.<137><137><252><137>
<137>CHRIS OBERHOLTZ/ The Kansas City Star_082905_The Kansas City Water Department’s storm sewer project in the Brookside area is creating some traffic detours, but residents are ecstatic at the possibility of dry basements. Work got underway on Monday as sewer construction near Brookside Boulevard and Huntington Road is currently in phase two of the project, called Huntington Relief.' cutline: Residents of the Brookside area have to contend with traffic detours because of construction on the Brookside Watershed Improvement Program. But the prospects of dry basements make it worthwhile. ORG XMIT: Q2RA4KV ORG XMIT: Q910VGUT cutline: Kansas Citians need a realistic plan to fix sewer and water systems.<137><137><252><137> CHRIS OBERHOLTZ FILE PHOTO
<137>CHRIS OBERHOLTZ/ The Kansas City Star_082905_The Kansas City Water Department’s storm sewer project in the Brookside area is creating some traffic detours, but residents are ecstatic at the possibility of dry basements. Work got underway on Monday as sewer construction near Brookside Boulevard and Huntington Road is currently in phase two of the project, called Huntington Relief.' cutline: Residents of the Brookside area have to contend with traffic detours because of construction on the Brookside Watershed Improvement Program. But the prospects of dry basements make it worthwhile. ORG XMIT: Q2RA4KV ORG XMIT: Q910VGUT cutline: Kansas Citians need a realistic plan to fix sewer and water systems.<137><137><252><137> CHRIS OBERHOLTZ FILE PHOTO

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