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Reclaimed Water Line Breaks at St. Pete’s Vinoy Golf Club

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The golf course remains open for play.

ST. PETERSBURG – City crews have begun repairing a 20-inch diameter reclaimed water main line between the seventh and eighth hole at the Renaissance Vinoy Golf Club at 600 Snell Isle Blvd. NE. The discharge was reported to the city’s Water Resources Dispatch Office at 9:05 a.m. today (Dec, 13) and ended at 1 p.m. The estimated amount of discharge was 120,000 gallons of reclaimed water which was contained entirely in a private stormwater retention pond within the affected area of the golf course.

Repairs are expected to be completed by Friday (Dec. 16). The golf course will be open for play during its normal operating hours.

To report a city public works issue, please contact the Mayor’s Action Center at (727) 893-7111, action@stpete.org or online at stpete.org.

St. Petersburg | Public Works | Water Line Break | Vinoy Golf Club | TB Reporter

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Reclaimed Water Line Break at St. Pete's Vinoy Golf Club
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