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August 3, 2014

CGW schedules water outage in Glenwood and Graton Park

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Clarksville Gas and Water has scheduled a water outage affecting  Graton Park and Glenwood subdivisions on Monday, August 4 at 8 p.m.  Constructions crews will be replacing water valves and anticipate the work to be finished by approximately 2:00 p.m.

The following streets will be affected by the water outage and may also experience low water pressure during the work.

  • Cedar Street
  • Glenn Street
  • Vine Street
  • Reynolds Street from Vine to Cedar
  • Commerce Street from Glenn to Reynolds
  • Porters Bluff from Reynolds to Trahern Lane
  • East Glenwood Drive from Reynolds to West Glenwood

In the Gratton Park subdivision Cedar Street will be closed from Franklin Street to Glenn Street. Glenn Street and Vine Street will be closed and Porters Bluff will be closed to one lane between Trahern Lane to Reynolds. In the Glenwood subdivision, East Glenwood Drive will be closed from Reynolds to West Glenwood Drive.

Flaggers will guide motorists around the work zones.



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