Freetown residents who want to clean their cars for something special next Sunday had better get out their hoses the day before. The local water department is calling for a water shutoff on that Sunday morning when water levels in the storage tanks could be low while Fall River’s water department does electrical work at its treatment facility. Residents whose homes are connected to the Fall River water line are being asked to keep their sprinklers turned off and to avoid activities like power washing between 8:30 and noon. If necessary, residents will be asked to minimize water usage again in early June.
Morning water shutoff May 26
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