Centerville Road Closed at 3:30 p.m. for Emergency Sewer Repairs

By: City of Tallahassee Release
By: City of Tallahassee Release

Tallahassee, Florida - January 26, 2012 -

The City of Tallahassee will close Centerville Road between Betton Road and Trescott Drive at 3:30 p.m. today for emergency sewer repairs. Barricades and detour signage will be in place to direct traffic around the work zone. Motorists should expect delays in the area, especially during this evening's commute. Work should be completed and Centerville Road reopened to traffic by midnight tonight.

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  • by Tom Location: TLH on Jan 26, 2012 at 03:34 PM
    Don't envy those folks working through the coming storms. Yecch!
  • by Sewer is Bad on Jan 26, 2012 at 12:50 PM
    This is a great example of the fact that far less then 100% of raw, untreated, sewage will get to Springhill Rd from NE Leon County. Miles and miles of piping and connections....any excess of nitrogen is coming from poor sewage infrastructure, not septic tanks.
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      by Anonymous on Jan 26, 2012 at 03:51 PM in reply to Sewer is Bad
      Are you saying that a city maintained sewer system is worse than a non-maintained septic tank? When was the last time your septic tank was inspected? How about the septic tank in your neighbor's yard? People poop it's a fact of life, the waste has to be dealt with, and the systems(including septic systems) have to be maintained. Breakdowns and even raw sewage spills will happen, but pointing fingers at other people(and other systems) does not alleviate the fact that there are septic tanks with problems.
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        by Answer to Anonymous on Jan 27, 2012 at 04:14 AM in reply to
        1. Two years ago, I had my septic tank pumped....and took pictures. 2. Suppose there is a problem with the system in my neighbor's yard. That waste water is from one residence. When sewering systems collect untreated, raw sewage, and pipe it to Springhill Rd for treatment, and there is a problem, like this article indicates, it is untreated sewage from THOUSANDS. The solution to pollution is diluted, not CONCENTRATING the wastes.
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          by Anonymous on Jan 27, 2012 at 09:00 AM in reply to Answer to Anonymous
          Drain-field? These don't last forever, and can seriously degrade a septic system. There is more to maintenance than just pumping out the tank and taking pictures. The health of your septic tank(and everyone else's) has an effect on MY drinking water.
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        by What about YOUR waste on Jan 27, 2012 at 04:27 AM in reply to
        Have you checked the sewer/effluent/lateral line from the plumbing stub out of your residence to the sewer trunk line? Especially older homes, these pipes are notoriously degraded and leaky!
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          by Anonymous on Jan 27, 2012 at 12:26 PM in reply to What about YOUR waste
          Have you? Is it leaking or is taking water into the system instead?
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      by anon on Jan 26, 2012 at 06:05 PM in reply to Sewer is Bad
      man i hope this is sarcasm. seriously?! septic tanks are NOT better than sewers. sewers lead to treatment plants........septic tanks lead where?!
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        by answer to anon on Jan 27, 2012 at 04:19 AM in reply to anon
        No, this "sewer" did not lead to treatment plant. It led to millions of gallons of untreated sewage being leaked into the groundwater in NE Leon County
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          by Anonymous on Jan 27, 2012 at 06:15 AM in reply to answer to anon
          of which you contributed to...
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