SEMSWA plans construction activity around pond

The Southeast Metro Stormwater Authority has initiated a stream-restoration and water-quality improvement project for a pond at the Lincoln Executive Center in Centennial. Photo courtesy of SEMSWA

The Southeast Metro Stormwater Authority has initiated a stream-restoration and water-quality improvement project for a pond at the Lincoln Executive Center in Centennial. Photo courtesy of SEMSWA

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The Southeast Metro Stormwater Authority has initiated a stream-restoration and water-quality improvement project for a pond at the Lincoln Executive Center in Centennial.

The pond, located adjacent to Arapahoe Road west of Lima Street, was apparently constructed for aesthetic purposes, but eventually posed maintenance issues for its owners, requiring costly dredging efforts of accumulated sediment every few years.

Prior to initiation of this project, the approximately three-acre permanent pool stretched from the Arapahoe Road culvert crossing to the bridge at Peakview Avenue.

In 2012, Muller Engineering Company was selected to

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