(WVUE/FOX 8) Residents who work or live in the East Bank might see changes in water pressure Wednesday morning.
The Sewerage and Water Board is closing a water line as it works to make improvements to the system.
Crews started performing a test closure of a water line at about 4 a.m. and have been monitoring water pressure levels to see if the new water tower can serve as a reliable backup in case of a power outage.
This is part of the city's Water Hammer Project. The project is a $50 million infrastructure investment funded by FEMA.
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