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Repair work to close part of Tampa Bay Boulevard

TAMPA — Westbound traffic on Tampa Bay Boulevard could be disrupted this weekend as the Tampa Water Department replaces three water main valves in the area.

The repair work will start at 7 p.m. Saturday between N Lincoln and N Lois avenues. All westbound traffic on Tampa Bay between Himes Avenue and Dale Mabry Highway will be directed to the inside lane, and westbound Tampa Bay between Dale Mabry and Lois will be closed.

Tampa Water Department officials say drivers should use Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard W between MacDill and Lois avenues instead.

The repairs should be finished by Sunday evening, weather permitting.

Repair work to close part of Tampa Bay Boulevard 06/12/09 [Last modified: Friday, June 12, 2009 11:26am]
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