Posts Tagged ‘discolored water Webster MA’

Hydrant Flushing Begins In Webster

  The Town Of Webster has announced their fall hydrant flushing will begin on Monday, September 24th and last for the next 6 to 8 weeks. Flushing of hydrants will be done during normal business hours in most areas, according to the town’s website. The water department opens the hydrants in Webster twice every year…

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Webster Water Interruption Planned For 6 Hours On Wednesday

The Webster Water Department will be replacing a gate valve on Whitcomb Street on Wednesday, August 1st starting at 9 AM. This means that water service to all homes and businesses in the immediate area will be without running water for about 6 hours during the work. Affected streets include Lake Street from Eddy to…

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Webster Must Pay The Piper To Fix Water Woes

THE LAKE 940 AUDIO: Mike Roberts talks to Webster Water Superintendent Greg Woods and Town Administrator Doug Willardson about the groundbreaking for the new water filtration plant and water rate increases. When people talk about Webster, the first thing that usually comes up is “that lake with the really long name,” but lately it is…

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Water Alert For Webster Residents

A required fire flow test will be conducted on Monday, February 26th at 8 AM on School Street in Webster.  The water department tells The Lake 940 residents and businesses in the area may experience discolored water as a result of this test. Please prepare to have a temporary backup water supply if discolored water takes…

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