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The Department of Public Works (DPW) will start a new water main construction project later this month that could cause water service interruption for some residents.
Officials sent mailers to residents last week who live near the intersection of Marquette Street and Niagara Street, on the south end of the Village, alerting them about the project scheduled for Aug 21.
Crews will install a new water main and replace sections of sanitary and storm sewers in the area, and DPW officials warn during the construction that temporary road closures and intermittent water outages are expected.
The project will happen Monday through Friday between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. and is expected to last approximately two months. Residents should expect common construction inconveniences such as traffic congestion, dust, noise, and heavy equipment.
The Village urges residents to stay informed about possible water service interruptions and other project updates by signing up for CodeRed. You can do so by clicking here.
Additionally, the Department of Public Works' Facebook page will provide periodic updates about the water main construction project.