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Washington Gas PROJECT OVERVIEW DC Water and 1st St Improvement Project 2013 11 27

Washington Gas PROJECT OVERVIEW DC Water and 1st St Improvement Project 2013 11 27

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DC Water Tunneling and Bloomingdale Area Replacement Project FACT SHEET Updated November 27, 2013 Washington Gas will

resume work on installing a new gas main on the west side of First Street between U and V Streets no earlier than December 3. This work is scheduled to take approximately 2 weeks to complete. Work to replace individual services will commence after the new main is installed. Washington Gas will complete this work in accordance with DDOT permits. First Street Pipe Replacement Program What residents should expect. • • • • • • A community meeting is being scheduled by Ward 5 Councilmember Kenyan McDuffie, for December 9. Exact time and location to be determined. Washington Gas will be available at the meeting to answer questions. If you have questions about Washington Gas’ work prior to the December 9 community meeting, please contact one of the project coordinators on the reverse side of this flyer. No Parking signs will be placed on the evening of November 29 with parking restrictions beginning on December 3. Crews will install a new plastic gas main under the sidewalk in the west side of First Street between U and V Streets. Main and services on the east side of the block will be scheduled for replacement at a later date. The new main will be tied in to an existing main and charged with gas.

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Service crews will then start the replacement of existing services. Prior to the actual start of the service replacement, customers will be contacted by a technician to schedule the date of their service replacement. Every effort will be made to minimize disruption to homeowners’ properties. Gas will be off during the service replacement, but no longer than one day. Relighting of gas appliances will be done after the service replacement is completed. Customers must allow the service crews access to all gas appliances to ensure a safe restoration of gas service. Restoration crews will do temporary property and sidewalk restoration immediately following each service replacement. Final restoration of property and sidewalk will commence within 30 days after all main and services on the block are completed as weather conditions allow. Washington Gas will work to restore the area to as closely to as-found condition as is possible. Please refer to the Washington Gas notification letter for more information on this project and on restoring your new gas service. Thank you for your patience during this project.

PROJECT OVERVIEW

Project Schedule: Nov. 2013 – May. 2014

Infrastructure Relocation and Improvement Project
FIRST STREET GAS MAIN AND SERVICE IMPROVEMENTS Together with DC Water First Street Tunnel Project
Streets Affected First St NW Adams St W St NW U St NW N Nottingham St 2nd St NW V St NW Thomas St T St NW Flagler Pl

Project Scope Install: Install 4” Plastic Gas Main Install 2” Plastic Gas Main Number of Customer Services Project Contacts: Frank Frost

3,075 ft

1,200 ft 175

(available after Dec. 9 only) Telephone: (202) 624-9058

Email: ffrost@washgas.com We constantly study our gas pipeline system to be sure it meets our service expectations—in neighborhoods both old and new. As part of our ongoing commitment to ensure the safest, most reliable delivery of natural gas to all of our valued customers, we will be replacing portions of our pipeline system in communities across Virginia, Maryland, and Washington, D.C. Your neighborhood is one that will benefit. The pipelines that bring natural gas into your home or business are often made of steel or cast iron. Just like other important parts of the infrastructure in our communities, such as highways and bridges, age and condition can impact their safety and reliability. While your current system has performed well, it is now time to replace the pipelines, usually with much longer lasting, specially-designed, plastic pipe. Bill Bailey Telephone: 703-966-9316 Email: wbailey@washgas.com John Barmore Telephone: 703-966-0595 Email: jbarmore@washgas.com

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