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Low water pressure expected in parts of Seventh Ward on Monday, Tuesday nights

NEW ORLEANS, LA (WVUE) -

Contractor work in the Seventh Ward will result in low water pressure from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m, both Monday and Tuesday nights. 

Sewerage and Water Board officials say that workers will tie-in the new water lines as part of the work on the Rampart Street/St. Claude Avenue streetcar project. 

The work will affect the following areas: Kerlerec Street from Dauphine Street to Marais Street, North Rampart Street from Esplanade Avenue to Pauger Street, St. Claude Avenue from Columbus Street to St. Bernard Avenue and on Columbus Street from Rampart Street to St. Claude Avenue. 

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