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Vital Water Supply Intake Project Continues
24x7 Work Completes Repair of Sewer Main
Crews Working 24x7 to Repair Sewer and Keep Other Utilities in Service
Repair of Century Old Sewer Line Underway
Sewer Line Failure Cause of Sinkhole
Intersection Expected to Be Closed for Remainder of Day
Artists Will Transform Manhole Covers into Works of Art Inspired by Indy’s Waterways
Utility Asks Customers to Limit Lawn Irrigation to Twice Per Week
Emails Serve as Notifications That CSOs May Occur
Dr. Andrew J. Brown Avenue and Sutherland Avenue to Be Affected
Northbound Lanes Between 30th Street and 33rd Street Affected
Closure Estimated at Four Hours
10th Street Between Dearborn and LaSalle Closed Until Approximately 7 p.m.
Title Sponsor Citizens Energy Group is Proud to Honor Local Heroes
Event Will Begin at the Former GM Stamping Plant Redevelopment Site
Lanes Will Remain Closed While Repairs Are Completed
Homes and Local Businesses Will be Accessible During Construction
Olivia Hawbaker Recognized for Outstanding Commitment to Community Service
Shelby Street Between East Troy Avenue and East Southern Avenue Will Be Affected
Financial Assistance Is Still Available for Those Who Qualify
Benefits of First Tunnel Segment Especially Noticeable During Last Week’s Heavy Rain
Water Intake Project Will Ensure Water Supply Reliability
Projects Will Provide Increased Water Supply and Help Balance Reservoir Use
Citizens Celebrates 10 Years of Sharing the Dream by Returning to Brookside Park
Careful Planning and System Investments Ensure Reliability
Simple Steps Can Ensure Home-Heating Safety and Avoid Frozen Pipes 
Closure Will Take Place After Morning Rush Hour
Will Prevent Nearly 1 Billion Gallons of Sewage from Entering Waterways Annually
DigIndy Work to Last Several Months
Properly Dispose of Fats, Oil and Grease
Lanes Will Remain Closed for Several Hours While Repairs Are Completed
Two Organizations Join Forces to Plant 100 Trees on Saturday
Volunteers to Canvass Neighborhood and Install Smoke Alarms
Break Just West of Fall Creek Road
Programs Available to Help Customers in Need
Road Will Remain Closed Until 7:30 p.m.
38th Street Closed from Meadows Drive to Keystone Avenue
Service Expected to Return Around Midnight Tonight
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