Friday, March 31, 2023

MTSU buildings possibly affected by water line work


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Story by Steve Barnum // Contributing Writer | Photo by Amanda Freuler // News Editor

A water line will be worked on this Monday and Tuesday due to the road widening project on Middle Tennessee Boulevard.

A water outage is not expected, but according to an MTSU public service announcement, water pressure may be reduced in some buildings. The buildings that may be affected on campus are the James Union Building, McHenry Hall, Miss Mary Hall, Lyon Hall, Reynolds Hall, Monohan Hall, and Schardt Hall.

The work on this water line is expected to be completed on Tuesday by the end of the day.

More information will be provided by MTSU in case a complete outage does occur.

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