Kennebec Water District (KWD) is scheduled to begin updates of the existing water main infrastructure in downtown Waterville in partnership with the City of Waterville’s upcoming Downtown Revitalization Project. With an anticipated start date of April 20, 2020, KWD will begin replacement of pipes originally installed in 1905 and earlier, moving service from old cast-iron mains to modern cement-lined ductile iron pipes. The streets affected by this construction project will be: Main, Front, Appleton, Temple, Common, Hathaway, Leighton, and Deeb. No water rate increases are expected as a result of this project for KWD customers, and the project is estimated to be completed in November 2020.
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