DALLAS -- Work on a $979,000 project to replace water lines in Dallas will begin Monday.
Clark Ledbetter Grading Inc. of Shelby won the bid for the project, which is the first part of a $4 million, four-phase project. In the first phase, more than 31,000 feet of water lines will be installed in the southeast side of Dallas. In addition to the lines, the project includes installation of new hydrants.
Town officials say the project could mean temporary water service disruptions for residents.
Streets to be affected are Alexander Street; Carlton Street; Chadwick Circle; Chestnut Street; College Street; David Street; East Carpenter Street; East Church Street; East Gibbs Street; East Jenkins Street; East Robinson Street; Holly Street; Hoyle Street; Johnston Street; Legion Street; Pasour Street; Peachtree Street; South College Street; South Rhyne Street; South Summey Street; South Willow Street; Spargo Street; Starr Street; Webb Street; Willow Street.
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