500 Perry Hall homes will lose water during valve repairs

Service expected to be shut off 10 p.m. Friday, will resume 6 a.m. Saturday

February 23, 2011|By Jessica Anderson, The Baltimore Sun

Baltimore County homes in the area of Seven Courts Lane in Perry Hall will lose water service Friday night until Saturday morning as crews replace water valves, officials said.

Service will be shut off around 10 p.m. Friday and will return 6 a.m. Saturday, after replacements are made on Seven Courts Lane, according to a statement from the Baltimore City Department of Public Works.

About 500 residences on Seven Courts Lane and all the courts between Joppa Road to Plantagenet Circle will be affected and should receive a notification flier. Plantagenet Circle and courts connected to Plantagenet Circle will not be affected.

The area includes a portion of Seven Courts Lane, as well as Hapsburg, Bourbon, Lincolnshire, Neves, Cedar Chip, Meadowbank, and Mapledale courts.

Officials warn that water might be cloudy when service is restored. Residents should remove the aerator from a tap on the lowest level of their homes and allow the water to run for a few minutes until it clears.

jkanderson@baltsun.com

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