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Lake Street Lane Closures

The DuPage Water Commission has reported a large water main break on Lake Street at North Neva Avenue, near the crossing of Westwood Creek.
Please be advised that lane closures and traffic pattern changes are scheduled to start tomorrow, Saturday, Aug. 22, and will be in place for an unknown period of time to complete the necessary repairs. Expect delays in both directions on Lake Street due to a reduction of one eastbound lane at that location.
Please use caution when traveling through this area, and consider using alternate routes.
Water services to Addison residents and businesses will NOT be affected by the repair, as this is a transmission line for the DuPage Water Commission.