Installation Of New Water Mains Begins In Wainscott - 27 East

Installation Of New Water Mains Begins In Wainscott

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The Suffolk County Water Authority began installing new water supply mains to homes in southern Wainscott as part of an effort funded by East Hampton Town to alleviate concerns about chemically tainted groundwater supplies in the area. Kyril Bromley

The Suffolk County Water Authority began installing new water supply mains to homes in southern Wainscott as part of an effort funded by East Hampton Town to alleviate concerns about chemically tainted groundwater supplies in the area. Kyril Bromley

The Suffolk County Water Authority began installing new water supply mains to homes in southern Wainscott as part of an effort funded by East Hampton Town to alleviate concerns about chemically tainted groundwater supplies in the area. Kyril Bromley

The Suffolk County Water Authority began installing new water supply mains to homes in southern Wainscott as part of an effort funded by East Hampton Town to alleviate concerns about chemically tainted groundwater supplies in the area. Kyril Bromley

The Suffolk County Water Authority began installing new water supply mains to homes in southern Wainscott as part of an effort funded by East Hampton Town to alleviate concerns about chemically tainted groundwater supplies in the area. Kyril Bromley

The Suffolk County Water Authority began installing new water supply mains to homes in southern Wainscott as part of an effort funded by East Hampton Town to alleviate concerns about chemically tainted groundwater supplies in the area. Kyril Bromley

The Suffolk County Water Authority began installing new water supply mains to homes in southern Wainscott as part of an effort funded by East Hampton Town to alleviate concerns about chemically tainted groundwater supplies in the area. Kyril Bromley

The Suffolk County Water Authority began installing new water supply mains to homes in southern Wainscott as part of an effort funded by East Hampton Town to alleviate concerns about chemically tainted groundwater supplies in the area. Kyril Bromley

authorMichael Wright on Aug 21, 2018
Suffolk County Water Authority crews began installing new water mains on Windsor Lane in southern Wainscott on Monday morning. It was the first step of an approximately four-month, $24 million... more

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