Mike Martin, Project Manager with Nicholson Land Services of Tyler, Texas, says his company will be performing seismic testing along State Route 800 in the village, work that is expected to begin sometime next week.
Martin says crews will enter into town on State Route 800 and remain on the route through the duration of the project. He notes that the work, which his company is performing for a client, has spanned other portions of the Buckeye State.
While working in Dennison, Martin says crews will be sure to avoid obstacles, including water lines, and adds that residents should experience little to no disruption throughout the entire process.
Martin notes that property owners along the work route will receive notification of the work and the opportunity to ask any questions.
On a similar note, a similar project, performed by Precision Geophysical of Millersburg, Ohio, is slated to run from Center Street in the village towards the city of Uhrichsville. A start date for that project is unknown at this time.
In other news, during their meeting Thursday night, council approved the appointment of Helen Borland. Borland will replace outgoing Councilwoman Kimberly Wallace, who resigned from her seat on council last month, citing personal reasons.
Nicholson Land Services: http://nicholsonland.com/
Precision Geophysical: http://www.precisiongeophysical.com/