City of Mascotte gives update on Alpine Street sinkhole

MASCOTTE, Fla. — The City of Mascotte is releasing new details on efforts to repair a sinkhole.


That sinkhole formed on Alpine Street, just off East Myers Boulevard.

The city first notified residents of the issue on April 11.

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City officials now say they hope to reopen the street by mid-May.

But they added, depending on the amount of grout that is needed to fill holes, work could last until month’s end.

Once that grout sets, the road will undergo resurfacing.

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In its social media post, the city said that safety is a top priority and apologized for any inconveniences to area residents and daily commuters.

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