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From an email sent to Times employees:

    ATTENTION: ALL EMPLOYEES IN THE 3600 BUILDING DUE TO A WATER SEWAGE PIPE COLLAPSE UNDER THE SERVICE ROAD BETWEEN THE 3400 AND 3600 BUILDINGS, THE WATER WILL NEED TO BE SHUT DOWN IN THE 3600 BUILDING SHORTLY AFTER 5:00 PM TODAY (THURSDAY) FOR ANYWHERE BETWEEN 10 MINUTES AND TWO HOURS WHILE REPAIRS ARE MADE. Workmen are already tearing up the road, but traffic will be able to operate in both directions (obey the flagman). THERE WILL BE PORTABLE UNITS WITH HIS AND HERS BATHROOMS WITH RUNNING WATER LOCATED BEHIND THE 3600 BUILDING. THIS SITUATION WILL ONLY AFFECT THE 3600 BUILDING AND WILL BE VERY BRIEF (as noted, a maximum of two hours, possibly only a few minutes). ALL OTHER BUILDINGS WILL HAVE RUNNING WATER AS NORMAL. Dick Amberg General Manager