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Sycamore fire hydrant flushing this week

Published: Monday, Sept. 17, 2012 5:30 a.m. CDT

The Sycamore Water Department will be flushing fire hydrants through Sept. 27. All hydrants will be flushed between 9:30 a.m. and 3 p.m. and areas may experience discolored water when hydrants are being flushed.

For more information, call 815-895-2548. Dates and locations of flushing are:

Today: Somonauk Meadows; Somonauk Gardens; Turner Addition; Farmington Glen; Reston Ponds; West Ottawa Street; Park Avenue; and Waterman, South California, West High and Somonauk streets.

Tuesday: Home and Lincoln streets; Terrace, Crescent Kishwaukee, Parkside, Lincolnshire and Fairway drives; Cambridge Place; and East High, South Main, East Ottawa, South Locust, South Walnut and East Elm streets.

Wednesday: East Exchange, East Sycamore, East State, North Locust, Sabin and Pleasant streets; Plymouth Court and Vista Terrace.

Thursday: Charles, Edward and Elmwood streets; Cottage Row; South, Hillcrest, Stevens and Borden avenues; Foxpointe subdivision; Meadow Lane; Krpan, Scott and Emmert drives and Ideal Business Park.

Friday: Albert, DeKalb and Crosby avenues; Center Cross, Fair, Greeley, North Cross, North Main, North Maple, North California, North Sacramento, West Exchange and West Page streets and Mason Court.

Sept. 24: North Avenue, Parker Street, Brickville Road, Woodland Trail, Easy Street and the Maple Terrace and Windfield Meadows subdivisions.

Sept. 25: Landahl and Townsend Woods subdivisions; Primrose and Maplewood Drive.

Sept. 26: Heron Creek, North Grove Crossing and Sycamore Creek subdivisions.

Sept. 27: Bethany Road, Croatian Court, Stonehenge, Woodgate, Meadow Creek, Electric Park and the DeKalb Avenue business district.

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