Mainline construction is scheduled to begin on June 1, and workers -- between 800-900 -- will likely arrive to the area in May. The workers will likely be looking for apartments and homes to rent.
Please contact the Chamber office at 618-283-2728 or email email@example.com with specifics on available rental properties and I will forward the info to the Enbridge officials.
Gillett said that Enbridge officials will make every effort to speak at a regular Chamber meeting and the Chamber's economic development committee meeting to share information on the project.
To read more about Enbridge's Southern Access Extension Pipeline Project, click here for a six-page PDF detailing the project.
The Dakota Access and Energy Transfer Crude Oil Pipeline projects are expected to begin in 2016.