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Lorimer reopening for the weekend

Aug. 26. Lorimer Road between Thompson Street and Pine Road, where the water main break occurred earlier this week, will be closed until 3:30 pm but it will temporarily reopen for the weekend. Repairs will continue early next week.

Significant water main break in Davidson

Aug. 24. There has been a “significant” water main break on Lorimer Road in Davidson between Pine and Thompson. Expect extended road closures if you’re driving through, as well as interrupted service. As of late morning Wednesday, CLT Water was en route to begin repairs.

Sewage spill on Meta

No. 5: Another sewage spill, this one on Meta

June 16. By Dave Yochum. There’s been another sewage spill into the lake—this one involving 600 gallons that reached a cove off Meta Road. Charlotte Water confirmed the spill was due to a cable sub-contractor. A no-swimming advisory has been issued. At 9 this morning workers were digging up and down Meta, including directly in […]

Two wastewater spills in Peninsula

March 3. Charlotte Water crews have responded to wastewater overflows near 18246 Mainsail Pointe Drive as well as the 18000 block of Peninsula Club. An estimated 84 gallons reached Lake Norman after a contractor accidentally damaged a pipe on Mainsail Pointe, according to Charlotte Water. The spill on Peninsula Club was about 120 gallons. Spills […]

Wastewater spill on Davidson Street larger than first reported

Feb. 22. Charlotte Water crews responded to a wastewater overflow today near 21300 Davidson Street in Cornelius. At first it was estimated that 21 gallons reached Lake Norman; around noon Charlotte Water upgraded the spill to 520 gallons. A blockage of paper caused the overflow. Other wastewater spills this past year: 2,695 gallons on Queensdale […]


Updated: Another sewage spill at Paradise Cove blamed on private contractor

July 12. [UPDATED 9 am July 13] Another no swimming advisory has been issued for the waters behind a home on Paradise Cove Court after an estimated 200 gallons of untreated sewage because a pipe was damaged by a private contractor. The pipe has been repaired and the discharge was stopped. Repair crews were still […]