Baltimore County will spend approximately $3 million to replace 2,700 feet of water pipe on York Road just north of downtown Towson, the latest in a series of improvements along the area’s main commercial artery.

“This is a basic refurbishing improvement for the new system,” David Fidler, a spokesman for the county Department of Public Works, said. “This section between the Beltway and Washington Avenue has been problematic, but there have been problems up and down the (water) line.”

The project, which Fidler said will begin Monday, April 15, is being completed in a manner that is “designed to impact the community as minimally as possible,” Fidler said.

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