CAPE CORAL, Fla. — People dwelling in North Cape Coral must wait a bit of longer for brand spanking new water strains and typhoon drains.
The Utility Extension Project is estimated to price $250 million greenbacks when completed.
Construction was once set to start summer time 2022.
Right now town continues to be operating to map and plan out logistics of the course.
City officers say plans are 90% entire west of Del Prado Boulevard and 75% entire east of Del Prado Boulevard.
The undertaking will toughen ingesting and sewer water services and products. Residents hope the extension brings in related new trade.
“Let’s also maximize our quality of life too. People do have to live here every single day. We don’t want to see it turn into a soulless, disgusting, suburbia of nothing,” mentioned Daniel Guido, who lives within the house.
Once maps are completed, plans will probably be dropped at town council for a vote.
There isn’t any set date for development to start presently.