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Repairs To Water Lines At Intersection Of Greene & Washington Streets Begins

April 25th, 2016 by WCBC Radio

Repairs beginning Monday to water lines in front of The Kensington at the intersection of Greene and Washington streets are expected to leave residents in the West Side, south of Greene Street, and in Ridgeley, West Virginia, without service for much of Tuesday.  An update on the project was presented during the regular meeting of the Cumberland City Council by city engineer John Difonzo.  The repair in front of The Kensington is expected be the first in a multiphase effort to fix the aging water lines. Do address the problems; the city has contracted with Carl Belt Inc. to replace the large valves in the downtown area. The work in front of the Kensington will consist of excavating the lines on Monday and replacing the valve and deteriorating pipes on Tuesday.  There could be areas with low water pressure on Monday- and some residences will be without water during the day and evening hours Tuesday the 26th





 

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