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Dickinson Informs Residents About New Water Main

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With the number of construction projects going on in Dickinson this summer, the city is trying to keep residents up-to-date to avoid traffic delays.

It held a public information meeting to talk about the new water transmission line that will affect a big number of people.

Representatives from city departments and KLJ Engineering shared the details of the water main project that will start this summer.

The 24-inch water main will run east from the water treatment plant along Broadway.

It will be about 2 miles long.

"As we proceed with the construction, there will be some inconvenience as far as street closures, that sort of thing. We want to inform the public about the types of things we're going to have in place so that if they've got a problem or they're having issues, they know where to come," says Brant Malsam of KLJ Engineering.

The project will be finished sometime next year.


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