The South Coast Water District plans to present revisions to a proposed project that would shore up a two-mile underground tunnel and replace an aging sewer pipeline in South Laguna.
City planning commissioners will review the changes to the estimated $80-million project when they meet next week.
Concerned about the possibility of traffic and construction-related noise, residents called for changes to how the work would be implemented during an October Planning Commission meeting.
Those requests were taken into considerations when the proposed changes were drafted, district spokesman Steve Greyshock said.
The district has proposed a 15,000-square-foot staging area at Fourth Avenue and South Coast Highway that would provide an area for work-related vehicles to come and go.