Remember the sound of pile-driving? Rattle and shake of removing…

An echoing rattle will reverberate across the daytime cityscape this week as workers complete the pump-station portion – and final phase – of the estimated $45 million combined sewer overflow project. Workers will mobilize today and by Tuesday they will begin shaking and pulling tooth-like metal sheets that were noisily pile-driven into the hard earth at the western end of Front Street, near where the thoroughfare turns into Marine Drive, city Engineer Mike Puntenney said last week.

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