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Hattiesburg water service interruption planned Monday

HATTIESBURG, MS (WDAM) -

Hattiesburg Mayor Johnny Dupree's office has released an immediate notification to the public of a planned temporary water service interruption scheduled for Monday. 

The interruption will be for water line relocation due to storm drain construction by the city's public works department on West 5th Street, between Main Street and West Street.  Approximately sixteen houses will be affected. 

The water will be shut off Monday morning but should be back on later that afternoon.

A boil water notice will be distributed to the affected customers after the interruption and prior to resuming service.  

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