The City of Carroll Public Works Department reduced water pressure for approximately 20 homes on the north side of town while crews worked to repair a broken water main. According to Director, Randy Krauel, the break occurred late Monday morning on Gerrard Avenue and affected residences between Todd Terrace and Lynn Street. Citizens in this area encountered reduced pressure and were notified of the issue by city staff. Water flow is expected to return to normal levels by Monday evening at the latest. Questions or concerns can be directed to the Carroll Public Works Department at 712-792-1000.
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