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Queen Street reopened after water main break

Update 9:35 a.m.

Queen Street between Ward Avenue and Kamani Street was reopened at 3:30 p.m. yesterday after Board of Water Supply crews fixed a break in a 6-inch water main.

The damaged water main left 20 businesses without water but services were restored at about 1 p.m.

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Queen Street eastbound is closed this morning between Ward Avenue and Kamani Street as Board of Water Supply officials work to fix a 6-inch water main break and restore service to about 20 businesses affected.

The water main break was reported at 7 p.m. last night.

Officials are urging the public to avoid the area if possible and use alternate routes.

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  • Small potatoes, these sewage lines!

    Think of the JOY and PRIDE we’ll have when we see that rail car lumbering (extra) slowly on the guideway, screeching and crunching along, shuddering at every stop to let the homeless friends with severe B. O. and psychotic moments on or off to enjoy their day while you have to figure out how you’re going to carry your day’s grocery shopping while standing for 18 miles!!!!


    • People generally do their grocery shopping near home. You hop off the train and pick up your groceries between the station and home, or, you get your groceries at another time that is convenient for you.

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