GWC Enterprise Starts Installing Underground Utilities
|Author: Patricia Sowell|
Date: Friday, July 19th, 2013
On June 20, 2013, GWC Enterprise, (Gary Wayne Cifford) of Hodgenville, KY started installing the underground utilities for the water, sewer and electric lines. About 100 feet of 8" main line was installed for the water line. The blue water line will run from the main water line to the house and the green line is for the sewer line. The small blue line is for the electrical wiring.
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