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15 campus locations experiencing water shutdown

Several buildings on APSU’s main campus will be experiencing a water shutdown from 3-10 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 11. During this time, bathroom services, showers and drinking fountains will not be functional in order to allow Clarksville Water and Gas to fix reported problems with a water line.

According to a release from the university, the following buildings will be affected by the shutdown:

  • Ann Ross Bookstore
  • Blount
  • Claxton
  • Ellington
  • Harvill
  • Harned
  • Kimbrough
  • Woodward Library
  • Marks
  • Memorial Health
  • Miller
  • Power Plant
  • Sevier
  • Trahern
  • Morgan University Center

The following buildings will have water but may have their heat and air conditioning impacted:

  • Browning
  • Clement
  • Dunn
  • McCord
  • McReynolds
  • Music/Mass Communication
  • Sevier
  • Sundquist

In addition to the water shutdown, the intersection at Henry Street and Marion street will be temporarily closed.

For more information, contact the APSU Physical Plant at 931-221-7456, ext. 7426.

About Ethan Steinquest

Ethan Steinquest is a senior communications major at APSU and the Managing Editor of The All State.

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