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BOIL WATER ADVISORY in effect for City of Franklin Through May 6th

Friday May 5, 2017, 12:20 PM – *updated* 12:16p.m.

We have been advised by Indiana American Water that locations affected are west of US31 between Commerce Dr. and Franklin Lakes Subdivision and that the boil order is in effect until 12:00 p.m. May 6th, 2017

Friday, May 5, 2017, 10:41 AM

The Indiana Department of Environmental Management requires all public water systems to issue a Boil Water Advisory when a significant drop in water pressure occurs in the distribution system. Please follow the instructions below:

1. Immediately after your normal water pressure is restored, flush your internal plumbing until clear water flows from your water faucets.

2. Boil drinking water for three (3) Minutes prior to consumption.

3. This advisory remains in effect until 3:00 p.m. May 6, 2017, unless notified otherwise.

It is recommended that all water used for drinking, cooking and oral hygiene be brought to a full boil for a minimum of three minutes. It is not necessary to boil water for other uses.
Please contact Indiana American Water with any other questions at 1-800-492-8373.

SOURCE: Johnson County Sheriff’s Office

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I-65 Ramp Closures May 1-6 at Main Street & Whiteland Road in Johnson County

JOHNSON COUNTY, Ind. – The Indiana Department of Transportation will begin one-at-a-time closures of Interstate 65 ramps at Main Street/Greenwood and Whiteland Road next week for milling, patching and paving operations.

Work is part of the $84 million construction project on I-65 between Greenwood and Franklin.

The following is a tentative schedule of ramp restrictions.  No two ramps will be closed at the same time.  Inclement weather can push operations back.

MONDAY, MAY 1   

  • SB I-65 northwest ramp at Main Street:  daytime milling, then reopen
  • SB I-65 southwest ramp at Main Street:  daytime milling and patching, then reopen
  • SB I-65 southwest ramp at Main Street:   nighttime paving begins at 9 PM, then reopen

TUESDAY, MAY 2   

  • NB I-65 southeast ramp at Main Street:  daytime milling and patching, then reopen
  • NB I-65 northeast ramp at Main Street:  daytime milling and patching, then reopen
  • SB I-65 northwest ramp at Main Street:  nighttime paving, then reopen

WEDNESDAY, MAY 3

  • SB I-65 northwest ramp at Whiteland Road:  daytime milling and patching, then reopen
  • SB I-65 southwest ramp at Whiteland Road:  daytime milling, then reopen
  • NB I-65 southeast ramp at Main Street:   nighttime paving, then reopen
  • NB I-65 northeast ramp at Main Street:  nighttime paving, then reopen

THURSDAY, MAY 4

  • NB I-65 southeast ramp at Whiteland Road:  daytime milling and patching, then reopen
  • NB I-65 northeast ramp at Whiteland Road:  daytime milling and patching, then reopen
  • NB and SB I-65 at Main Street:  nighttime paving along shoulder area, then reopen

FRIDAY, MAY 5

  • SB I-65 northwest ramp at Whiteland Road:  nighttime paving, then reopen
  • SB I-65 southwest ramp at Whiteland Road:  nighttime paving, then reopen

SATURDAY, MAY 6

  • NB I-65 southeast ramp at Whiteland Road:  nighttime paving, then reopen
  • NB I-65 northeast ramp at Whiteland Road:  nighttime paving, then reopen

INDOT officials say mainline surface paving could begin the week of May 7, weather permitting.

Ramps at State Road 44/Franklin are slated to be repaired and resurfaced in early June.

Milestone is the state’s contractor for this 11-mile added travel lanes/full-depth reconstruction project in Johnson County extending from 6.18 miles south of I-465 (Main Street/Greenwood) to 0.85 miles south of S.R. 44.

SOURCE: INDOT

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