East Moline notice of dead-end hydrant flushing


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Posted Online: May 10, 2013, 1:57 pm
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Press release submitted by city of East Moline


NOTICE OF DEAD-END HYDRANT FLUSHING

The City of East Moline will be flushing fire hydrants from May 20th through May 23th. The hours of flushing will be from 7:00 am to 3:30 pm. Residents in the following areas may experience some discoloration in the water supply, however, this does not pose any health hazard to consumers. Laundering is not recommended during flushing hours, or if discoloration is still present.

Monday, 5/20/13

1st Street 19th-42nd Avenue 2nd Street 28th-36th Avenue
3rd Street 23rd-41st Avenue 4th Street 24th-31st Avenue.

Tuesday, 5/21/13
4th Street 24th-47th Avenue 5th Street 22nd-48th Avenue
6th Street 26th-45th Avenue 7th Street-34th Avenue
8th Street 48th Avenue 8 ½ Street – 43rd Avenue
Stonegate Condos. 51st Avenue.

Wednesday, 5/22/13

7th Street 21st Avenue 7 ½ Street 23rd-25th Avenue
8th Street 21st-35th Avenue 9th Street 20th-39th Avenue
10th Street 18-21st Avenue 11th Street 34th-45th Avenue
13th Street 23rd-32nd Avenue 15th Street 23rd Avenue
16th Street 30th Avenue 17th Street 30th-35th Avenue (Martell's Addition).

Thursday, 5/10/13

1st Street 28th Avenue Cottage Grove 6th & 7th Street 1st-5th Avenue
18th-19th Street 18th Avenue North of R/R Tracks (Watertown)



















 



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