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Columbia Gas has announced multiple projects to replace gas pipelines in York County.

The company said construction for these projects will take place between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m., Mondays through Fridays, with occasional work on Saturdays.

The work might result in temporary traffic lane closures during work hours, according to Columbia Gas.

According to a news release, the company has begun replacing pipelines in the following areas:

• Loucks Road between Kenneth Road and Route 30. About 3,200 feet of underground pipe is being replaced.

• East King Street between South George and Pattison streets. About 4,100 feet of underground pipe is being replaced.

• West King Street between South Sumner Street and South Highland Avenue; South Adams Street between West King and West Poplar streets; and Hoke Street between West King and West Poplar streets. About 2,300 feet of underground pipe is being replaced.

• West Philadelphia Street between North Diamond and North Adams streets; North Seward Street between West Philadelphia and Stanton streets; North Sumner Street between West Philadelphia and West Market streets; and North Clinton Street between West Philadelphia and West Market streets. About 3,400 feet of underground pipe is being replaced.

 

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