Sinkhole in Leesburg (VA) leaves homes without water

Once the sinkhole is excavated, utilities staff with the town will assess needed repairs to water and sewer lines, which may cause further service interruptions. The full repairs are assessed to take up to a week. As Currant Terrace is a private street owned by Exeter, the homeowners association will reimburse the town for repair work.  Read the article………….


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