Within the next year the city is anticipating to embark on the Charles Street sewer line and road replacement project.
The project entails replacing sewer lines, curbing, sidewalk and resurfacing of the street at an estimated cost of $800,000 - $1 million. It will be a similar scope of work as the recent George Street project which ran from July 2013 until November at a cost of nearly $900,000.
"Charles Street will be easier than the George Street project because that street was on a slant, one side being higher than the other. This caused challenges for engineering and with driveways," said Ned Jacob, councilman.