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Spring Hill water service to be interrupted Monday

SPRING HILL — Water service to about 100 customers will be interrupted on Monday from 11 p.m. to 7 a.m. for water line improvements on County Line Road, the Hernando County Utilities Department announced.

A precautionary boil water notice will be given to all customers affected by this interruption. Customers should turn off their water heaters to prevent element damage as well as their sprinkler systems while water service is off.

The affected streets where Pospiech Construction will be working include:

• Commercial Way (from Caribbean Drive to County Line Road)

• County Line Road (from Commercial Way to Dartmouth Avenue)

• Austin Avenue

• Caldwell Street

• Callaway Avenue

• Hamlet Circle

• Darnell Avenue

For more information, contact the Hernando County Utilities Department at (352) 754-4037.

Spring Hill water service to be interrupted Monday 04/06/09 [Last modified: Monday, April 6, 2009 6:22pm]
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