According to Mena Water Superintendent, Charles Pitman, there have been at least three broken water mains, one of which provides pressure and supply to the main portion of Mena. Due to this, some areas in town will experience low water pressure or no water until the repairs are completed. Crews are currently working on valving off the section of the broken lines.
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