Water conservation lifted

temporary repair made to Catonsville main

May 02, 2010|By a Baltimore Sun reporter

A temporary repair has been made to a 20-inch water main in Catonsville that had caused officials to ask residents in the affected area to conserve water until the broken line was fixed.

The repair has allowed the Catonsville Pumping Station to function at normal levels, city officials said Sunday. A permanent repair to the main, which broke Saturday night, will be scheduled and residents will be notified.

The call for conservation has been lifted in the following zip codes: 21043; 21207; 21228; and 21244.

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