Dunford Drive Standpipe Reconditioning Project Begins in Burlington

According to an update from the City of Burlington, WI, Water Utility has begun the Dunford Drive Standpipe reconditioning project. The project includes removal and replacement of all interior and exterior coatings and minor structural modifications. The standpipe will be out of service during the construction, which is expected to be completed in early November. The city is reminding residents that taking the standpipe out of service may result in slight changes in system pressure from time to time, and customers can help minimize pressure abnormalities by practicing water conservation. If you have any questions on the project, contact Water Utility at 262-342-1173.

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