Town of Woodstock Flushing Water Pipes
Work expected to take two weeks
Story by Brad Perry
Crews with the Town of Woodstock have been busy this week flushing water lines.
The process happens twice a year in town - during the spring and again in the fall.
Andrew Garnett, the director of public works, says it's important for the water quality to flush the lines.
He says it is normal to have low water pressure when the lines in your area are being flushed.
He says it is also normal for discolored water once they are finished.
The flushing began on Monday, June 11, and Garnett says it normally takes about two weeks to complete.