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PIPELINE CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULE UPDATE FOR NEW JERSEY- AMERICAN WATER COMPANY'S TRI-COUNTY WATER SUPPLY PROJECT

 HADDON HEIGHTS, N.J., Sept. 22 /PRNewswire/ -- New Jersey-American Water Company is providing the following construction and traffic detour schedule for water pipeline installation of the Tri-County Water Supply Project during the week of Sept. 27:
 Springdale Road (Cherry Hill) -- Construction will occur along Springdale Road from Garden Avenue (north of Greentree Road) to north of Keystone Drive/Huntington Drive. Construction crews will be working at night, from 8 p.m. to 5:30 a.m. so that work can be completed in this area with the least amount of disruption to traffic around the Route 70 reconstruction.
 From 8 p.m. to 10 p.m., one lane of traffic will remain open along this section of Springdale Road. Alternating north and south-bound traffic patterns will be in effect.
 From 10 p.m. to 5:30 a.m., Springdale Road will be closed between Greentree Road and Esterbrook Lane/Carnegie Plaza South. Heading north on Springdale Road, traffic will be detoured west along Greentree Road, north on Olney Avenue, and east on Esterbrook Lane back to Springdale. Southbound Springdale Road traffic will be detoured along the same roads in the opposite direction.
 -- Evesham Road (Cherry Hill/Voorhees) -- Installation of pipeline continues between Route 561 (Haddonfield-Berlin Road) and Burnt Mill Road. This section of Evesham Road is closed to through traffic and detours are in place. Access to homes and businesses along Evesham Road is being maintained.
 New Jersey-American Water Company notifies residents and businesses along the pipeline route of impending construction about two weeks before work begins in their area.
 Further, any time a road is closed for construction, access to local residents and businesses is maintained for all vehicles, especially emergency service vehicles and school buses.
 New Jersey-American has established a toll-free 24-hour hotline to answer questions or concerns that arise during pipeline construction. The number is 1-800-559-3124.
 The Tri-County Water Supply Project is being built by New Jersey- American Water Company to bring additional water to areas of Burlington, Camden and Gloucester counties. Water will be taken from the Delaware River treated in a state-of-the-art filtration plant in Delran, and then pumped to water utilities in the three counties through approximately 40 miles of pipeline. The project will be in operation by the end of 1995.
 New Jersey-American Water Company serves approximately 1 million people in 113 municipalities in 14 of the state's 21 counties. In the local area, the company provides water service to 87,000 customer accounts in 34 Burlington and Camden county communities.
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 /CONTACT: Kathleen A. Davis of New Jersey-American Water Company, 609-546-2201, or home, 609-853-6333/


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