ROSEMONT, Md. - After years living in a community with out-dated water lines installed in 1935, residents and officials celebrated in the completion of the Rosemont Water Supply Project.
"The water system deteriorated to where it was very unreliable and many people had low pressures and very low volume," says Burgess Thomas Watson.
The project involved replacing the out-dated water lines along with a supply of Frederick County water for the Rosemont residents.
"Happy happy happy happy! Brunswick is happy Rosemont is happy Frederick County is happy. Everybody worked together to solve this problem," says President of the Frederick County Board of Commissioners Blaine Young.
Watson says the old water lines had become so encrusted with rust and debris, that the water line was basically blocked in some places. But, not anymore.
"I noticed at my house there is no rust or debris in the water it's just sparkling clean." explains Watson.
"Right before the holidays, and like I said, everbody is happy happy happy," says Young.
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