Showing their true colors

HEGINS - You may have seen a flash of sunny yellow paint while driving throughout Hegins and Hubley townships this summer.

That's because the 142 fire hydrants maintained by the Hegins-Hubley Water Authority are getting a paint upgrade this year - all part of on-going maintenance.

Authority Manager Demetrius Kasmari said it's been about five to seven years since all of the hydrants received a new coat. The American Water Works Association recommends the color scheme for hydrant painting, according to Kasmari.

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