Water service to be restored on Back River Neck Road

11,000 county homes lost service Friday night

May 01, 2010

The city Department of Public Works said residents of eastern Baltimore County neighborhoods along Back River Neck Road should have their water service restored after noon today, as repairs to a 12-inch main valve along the road are being completed on schedule.

Water service was shut off at 9 p.m. Friday for about 11,000 customers in Back River Neck, Middle River, Middleborough, Turkey Point, Hyde Park, Rocky Point and Breezy Point and on Marlyn Avenue.

The department said that once water is flowing again, residents should run their faucets to let the air out of the line and let the water clear. Those county residents who have further concerns are should call 410-396-5352.

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