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City starts work on water line repairs

Amarillo, TX - Some Amarillo drivers may want to think about alternative routes for Thursday.

The city is starting work to repair a water pipeline on Randolph Road.

Beginning Thursday the road will be closed from Harmony Street to Kingston Road.

The alley ways in the area will also be closed and all trash receptacles moved temporarily.

The pipeline repairs will not affect water service to the area, but construction and road closures will continue until next Friday.

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