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Construction involves planned shutdowns through February


Last updated 11/9/2020 at 6:57pm


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FALLBROOK – In just over a year, more than half of the water that pours from Fallbrook taps will be from its own backyard – the Santa Margarita River.

Now one year into construction, Fallbrook Public Utility District has installed about 7,000 feet of pipeline, making the pipeline portion of the river project about 60% complete. The new segment runs from Alturas Road through part of town, ending at McDonald and Mission roads.

The next step is to tie the new segment of pipe into the existing water main at Mission Road. Doing this will involve several planned shutdowns in the vicinity of P...

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