City flushing under way
By News-Argus Staff
Published in News on March 30, 2007 1:45 PM
The City of Goldsboro General Services Department is now in Phase II and Phase III flushing in the following areas from 10 p.m. until 6 a.m. daily, except Friday and Saturday.
Holly Street, Bain Street, Waters Street, W. Grantham Street, S. Georgia Ave., Marshall Street, Murray Street, Seaboard Street, Florida Street, S. George Street, S. William Street, Higgins Street, Cobb Street, Fussell Street, Pearson Street, Greenleaf Street, Stronach Ave., Royall Ave., First Street, Second Street, Third Street, Clingman Street;
Dewey Street, N. Carolina Street, Cross Street, Marion Street, Richard Street, Shaw Court, John Court, Neil Street, Cross Street, Victor Place, Frank Street, Woodrow Street, Wilson Street, Eleventh Street, Olive Street, Mercer Street, Level Street, N. Virginia Street;
Hooks River Road, Guilford Street, Friendly Road, Emily Street, Middleton Road, Azalea Drive, Salem Church Road, Clarence Court, Elton Drive, Alpha Court, U.S. 117 Bypass North, Industry Court, N. William Street., Oakwood Apts., Granville Drive, Fedelon Trail, Hollybrooke Ave.;
70 Bypass East, 10th St., Norwood Ave., 12th Street, Wendell Street, Pleasant Drive, Lockhaven Court, W. Lockhaven Drive, E. Lockhaven Drive, Pineland Drive, Handley Acres Drive, Glen Oak Drive, Gloucester Road, Handley Park Court, Tanglewood Lane, Medical Office Place, Hospital Rd., Wayne Memorial Drive;
Country Day Road, Wessex Court, Clara Court, Bradford Place, Isaac Drive, Reynolds Place, Garden Drive, Airle Place, Davis Road, Rand Road, Ashley Ave., Whitney Place, Elanor Ave., New Hope Road, Twin Oaks Place, Catherine Sreet and E. Patetown Road.
Residents may experience some discolored water during this process. If discolored water is experienced, residents should run their cold water for a short period to clear any discolored water that may be in their plumbing. If this does not resolve the problem, contact the General Services Department at 734-8674.
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