Water Shutoff In Parts Of Jamestown As Crews Repair Main Break

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JAMESTOWN – The Jamestown Board of Public Utilities Water Division is back on Frederick Boulevard Monday, working to repair another water main break in the area.







The BPU says this is the second break on the same street in less than 24-hours.

On Sunday, water was shut off in the area as crews worked to make repairs.







Water will again be shutoff starting at 9 a.m. Monday from Frederick Boulevard to Fairmount Avenue.

Some homes on Devon, Robinson, Arlington and Berkley Streets will also be impacted.













One repairs occur, BPU crews say water may be discolored in West Ellicott, Celoron, Lakewood and westward.

Customers should check their water clarity before doing laundry.

 

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