The scheduled rebuild of a section of Juniper Trail begins June 17th and will require the street be closed for a week. This Fall 2018 rebuild of the southern segment of Juniper Trail, with a special slurry concrete application for base support, had just been completed when on January 8, 2019 a cable contractor bored underneath the street in an unauthorized location. The result was the rupture of a Dare County waterline which allowed water to forcefully flow for several hours – severely damaging the integrity of the underside of the Town street, the County’s waterline, a nearby private bulkhead, and the nearby Town-owned public canal. After the water line was finally secured, the resulting large void beneath the street’s supporting base was dewatered and packed laterally. However, engineers advised that the street’s supporting base integrity had been compromised and a rebuild of the section would ultimately need to occur to prevent deterioration of the new street in the future. The cable company has submitted recompense for the damages to the street. The Town’s street contractor and engineers advised the Town the rebuild would require the entire section of street be closed for a week. On February 5, 2019 the Town Council authorized the week-long closure. The Town’s street contractor was able to schedule the section’s rebuild after school was released for the summer.