Drainage project requires soil boring

By on June 13, 2010

SUGAR GROVE—The Sugar Grove Village Board on June 1 voted unanimously to approve a contract with Testing Service Corporation, allowing the company to begin boring soil in the Mallard Point subdivision.

The soil boring is needed to help determine competitive fits to trench in a 30-inch pipe, which will help relieve the subdivision’s drainage issues.

“We’re working toward the ultimate goal of correcting the drainage problems in Mallard Point,” Village President Sean Michels said.