TRAFFIC ADVISORY: Middlesex Avenue Water Main Improvement Project To Begin June 19

WILMINGTON, MA — Starting Monday, June 19, 2017, Cedrone Corporation, a contractor working for the Town of Wilmington, will begin the installation of a new 12” cement lined ductile iron water main in Middlesex Avenue from Federal Street to the vicinity of 205 Middlesex Avenue, approximately 1,570 linear feet.  The completion of this project will connect the 12″ water main at the Federal Street intersection to the 12″ water main that was installed as part of the Glen Road traffic improvement project. As part of the upgrade, an additional fire hydrant will be added to improve fire protection in the area.

Working hours are from 7:00am to 4:00pm and the project is estimated to be completed in approximately four weeks. Although there will be police directing traffic, the road will remain open during the project. You will be notified in advance if your water service will be temporarily interrupted. As with any water main project, however, water service could be unexpectedly disrupted. Therefore, it is suggested that you keep a gallon of water in the refrigerator during this project.

If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact Department of Public Works at (978) 658-4711.  The town thanks you for your patience during this project.

(NOTE: The above announcement is from the Town of Wilmington.)

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