Columbia Gas is replacing a main gas line on Atwood Street, in the section between South Boston and Orange streets. Flaggers will maintain traffic and crews will not block driveways within the work zone.

The contractor performing the work is called Global Oilfield.

Residents will notice markers and flags in their yards to signify the location of underground utilities. After the main line is installed, crews will follow-up with service line replacements for individual homes. There are approximately 28 residences this will impact, and each property owner will be contacted directly to schedule.

Crews will temporarily restore all property to ensure safety and accessibility over the winter months and then follow-up with permanent restoration once the weather breaks in the spring.

Source: City of Galion; Image by Dmitriy from Pixabay

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