TOWN OF HIGHLAND BEACH PUBLIC NOTIFICATION
BEL LIDO BRIDGE REHABILITATION PROJECT ANNOUNCEMENT
Commencement date: April 16, 2018
Expected duration: Less than two months
- Work hours will be limited to Monday – Friday from 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM unless extraordinary
conditions necessitate a change in schedule
- The bridge will remain open throughout the duration of the project, however at times, it may be
limited to only one lane. Under these circumstances there will be Flagman and Traffic Signs to
ensure the safe passage of vehicles.
- Please obey the flagman’s signals and posted signs as you cautiously drive through the construction zone; by proceeding in this manner, the flow of traffic will remain safe & smooth.
- While we anticipate minimal inconvenience, we would like to thank residents in advance for your patience and cooperation.
For questions or concerns, please contact: Ed Soper, Public Works Director @ 561-243-2048
Aaron Culter, Mathews Consulting Construction Manager @ 561-655-6175 Craig Dunkelberger, Cone &
Graham Project Manager @ 561-701-5865
TOWN OF HIGHLAND BEACH
BACKFLOW PREVENTION PROGRAM
Backflow is the undesirable reversal of the flow of water from its intended direction in a pipeline or plumbing system. Backflow events could pose a potential health hazard as bacteria or other harmful substances may be introduced into the water distribution system.
The State of Florida requires that backflow prevention assemblies be installed on all hazardous cross-connections in an effort to keep our water supply safe. The owner of the facility, at their own expense, must have these assemblies tested and certified every year by a state-certified backflow technician to ensure that the regulated devices are working properly. In order to comply with this section of the State Code, Highland Beach has adopted the applicable state statue into the Town’s Code of Ordinances.
In addition, the Town has partnered with BSI Online to administer the backflow prevention program and will be the primary contact. If your backflow prevention device falls under the backflow program you will be receive a letter from BSI Online on behalf of the Town to notify you that an inspection is due. Your state-certified backflow technician will be provided with a link so the test report can be submitted to their secure digital database. If they do not receive a report by the due date, they will send out another notice to remind you of the requirement and a grace period of thirty (30) days to file a report. If BSI does not receive the required documentation by this date, it will be reported to the Town for possible enforcement actions under Section 29-29 of the Code of Ordinances.
If you have any questions about the backflow prevention program you can visit the BSI website at www.bsionlinetracking.com or contact them via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also call BSI directly at 800-414-4990 or the Highland Beach Water Department at 561-243-2084 for additional information.
Thank you for your cooperation and for helping to protect our water resources.