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Harrison City water service slated to resume this afternoon

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By The Penn-Trafford Star

Published: Tuesday, Nov. 5, 2013, 12:15 p.m.

Water service is expected to resume by 3 p.m. today for residents on eight streets in Harrison City, Municipal Authority of Westmoreland County officials said this morning.

The authority planned an 8 a.m. service interruption for valve maintenance and replacement for customers on Raymaley Road, Walnut Street, Center Street, Emily Way, Franklin Street, Municipal Court, Harrison City-Export Road and Waugaman Road.

About 20 to 30 homes in the Harrison City area also were without water for several hours on Oct. 28 because a road-construction crew struck a pipe. That came after a boil-water order that lasted for 94 hours.



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