KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Water customers in the northern part of the city will soon be seeing and feeling a difference in their water.
Ground is broken on the final two small main replacement projects.
It's part of the 16-year, $75 million infrastructure investment. As part of this project, crews are adding new lines, meaning less water main breaks and better service for customers.
“The first thing you're going to notice is if you're doing laundry at the same time your neighbor is giving their kid a bath, you're not going to see that spurt and that drop in your water pressure as you're trying to do your daily chores and your daily activities,” Jennifer Kincaid with Kansas City Water Services said.
The project is expected to be complete by next summer.
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