SALISBURY, Md. - Officials announced the final steps in a new water main and lines project on Main Street, in Salisbury.
The City of Salisbury says on Monday, the new water main and service lines, in the 200 block of Main Street, have been installed and are ready to be connected to residences and businesses. According to officials, the connection will require temporary interruption in water service, and it is expected to take less than 15 minutes.
Corrado Construction will coordinate the changeover with each home and business beginning on September 11th through September 12th.
City officials say after restoration and for a short period of time, people may experience air pockets and discolored water, when opening faucets. This is apparently normal and individuals should allow any air in the water system to be released and run their taps for a few minutes until the water returns to clear.
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