It will cost taxpayers $12,000 to $15,000 to install, but a temporary water line could keep Lubbock residents from having to boil their water.
NewsChannel 11 has learned city crews are working to install a bypass line. It's expected to improve water flow by three to four million gallons each day. The city hopes to have this line up and running by Wednesday. While this is expected to help, it doesn't mean it's a permanent solution, so they're still asking that you conserve water.
In addition to the water line, we've also learned the city is working on a plan which will allow citizens to begin watering their yards again by geographical area. The details of this plan could be revealed later this week.
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