Water pipes to be replaced in Huntington

In September, the Suffolk Water Authority will dig up about 12,000 feet of water pipes in downtown Huntington and replace them.

In September, the Suffolk Water Authority will dig

In September, the Suffolk Water Authority will dig up about 12,000 feet of water pipes in downtown Huntington and replace them.

HUNTINGTON - Officials are telling residents in Huntington that their water pressure could get better. 

A total of 100-year-old underground pipes are being replaced. 

In September, the Suffolk Water Authority will dig up about 12,000 feet of water pipes in downtown Huntington and replace them. 

The Water Authority says that it will increase water pressure, reduce water main breaks and improve fire safety. 

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