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By Mount Vernon News
June 22, 2013 1:20 am EDT

 

MOUNT VERNON — Starting Monday, residents of an area northwest of downtown could experience loss of water service for short periods, Mayor Richard Mavis said Friday. The outages could occur through Friday, June 28.

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They are the result of the installation of seven flow isolation valves in the area. Public notices will be issued when a boil water advisory is required for the area.

The affected area is bounded by North Mulberry Street, West Curtis Street, North Sandusky Street and West Chestnut Street.

Residents with any questions can call the Mount Vernon Water Department at 393-9504.

Two other city projects have gotten under way earlier than expected, City Engineer Cameron Keaton reported.

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