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CFPUA planning two sewer repairs, issues traffic advisories for Wed. Mar 19

CFPUA is planning  two sewer system-related repairs for Wednesday, March 19. CFPUA is planning two sewer system-related repairs for Wednesday, March 19.
Crews with the Cape Fear Utility Authority will be conducting a sewer system repair on Grace Street. Crews with the Cape Fear Utility Authority will be conducting a sewer system repair on Grace Street.
Crews with the Cape Fear Utility Authority will be conducting sewer system repairs on Randall Parkway. Crews with the Cape Fear Utility Authority will be conducting sewer system repairs on Randall Parkway.

WILMINGTON, NC (WECT) - The Cape Fear Public Utility Authority will be conducting two sewer system repairs that could affect your Wednesday commute.

The first repair will take place in the 1500 block of Grace Street which will be closed to all westbound traffic between N. 16th and N. 17th streets.

The second repair will take place on Randall Parkway. All but one lane will closed for eastbound traffic heading towards College Road. The U-turn lane heading towards Kerr Avenue will remain open.

No traffic will be allowed to make a left turn onto Randall Parkway from Collegiate Drive.

Both projects are expected to be done before the evening rush hour.

The repairs will not affect water service in the respective areas.

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