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Two water service projects by Apple Valley Ranchos Water Company are underway to further improve the quality of water service, as well as the fire-fighting capabilities, in Apple Valley. The Nanticoke Road project has begun with an expected completion date of Nov. 13 at a cost of approximately $475,000. The project will replace 3,168 feet of 8-inch pipe, 1,202 feet of 6-inch pipe, and add six fire hydrants and 45 new services. For the Seneca Road project, Ranchos Water is replacing 200 feet of 4-inch steel main with 12-inch ductile iron pipe and adding 610 feet of 12-inch main, as well as installing a fire hydrant on Seneca Road. This project started on Sept. 21 and will take approximately two weeks to complete at a cost of $140,000.
Source: Daily Press