Water main repair cause for shutoffs in Port Hadlock

PORT HADLOCK — Some Port Hadlock residents around Rhody Drive and Ness’ Corner could experience water shutoffs today as Jefferson County Public Utility District’s crews work to repair a leaking water main.

However, the shutoffs may not be necessary, said Will O’Donnell, communications manager.

Crews will know that once they start excavating and working on repairing the pipe, O’Donnell said.

Officials will be trying to avoid water shutoffs as much as possible, he said.

O’Donnell encourages nearby residents in the area to monitor the PUD’s social media pages on Twitter or on Facebook, where updates on the repair work will be posted.

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