Work is expected to begin in downtown Jamestown on a major water project.
Today marks the beginning of the project to replace water lines that are more than 60 years old. The project is expected to last approximately 120 days, or throughout the rest of the calendar year.
“This project will be a large undertaking, however, the benefits to our entire community will be innumerable,” a release from the city stated. “We are asking our citizens to stay informed as we go through this process. We anticipate boil water advisories, street closures, and traffic delays. We will do our best to keep you informed as to what is happening and what you can expect from week to week. The next few months will require cooperation and patience. Thank you in advance for your understanding. We look forward to getting started on this update to our water system that we may better serve our citizens and community.”
Jamestown Mayor Nick Shearer is joined Sean Hammond on “Sean at Dawn” Monday morning and the entire interview can be found here