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The administration building for Pulaski County is still closed for waterline repairs



Pulaski County, Arkansas – Due to a water issue, the Pulaski County Administration Building will be closed on Wednesday.

Officials from Pulaski County announced on Tuesday that the company was shuttered because there was no water in the facility. It will stay closed as contractors carry out waterline repairs, according to a recent report from officials.

Last week, frozen and burst pipes in central Arkansas were a result of the winter weather, leaving households without water. Due to the consequences of recent frigid weather, some sections of Arkansas are under a state of emergency.

The National Guard delivered an 800-gallon water tanker to certain Drew County households to assist with their access to water.

Next week, temperatures are predicted to surge into the 60s, providing Arkansans with a pleasant start to 2023.