Emergency water shutdown on W. 114th Street
Housing just sent out an email stating that there will be an emergency water shutdown on W. 114th Street between Broadway and Amsterdam from 1:00 a.m. to 4:00 a.m., BUT, according to Bwog, it sounds like this isn’t correct. Expect to lose water now, if you haven’t already. The shutdown should still last about three hours. Residents of Broadway, Hogan, and Brownstones should expect to lose water, while residents of Carman, John Jay, and Ruggles should just be prepared to lose water. Due to this, Butler Cafe and JJ’s Place will be closing at midnight.
Here’s the full email:
Columbia University Facilities has just been notified by NYC Department of Environmental Protection that there will be an emergency water shutdown on W114th Street between Broadway and Amsterdam Avenue from 1:00am until 4:00am.
The impact on residence halls is as follows:
- Residents of Broadway, Hogan, and Brownstones should expect to lose water during this period.
- Residents of Carman, John Jay, and Ruggles should be prepared to lose water during this period.
If you need to use the facilities between these hours please proceed to a residence hall away from W114th street between Broadway and Amsterdam.
We would also like to inform you that, due to the emergency water shutdown, JJ’s Place and Butler Café will be closing atmidnight tonight.
We apologize for the inconvenience this causes and we appreciate your patience while it is resolved.
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