DeKalb County water main break causes college campus closings


Wednesday’s massive water main break in DeKalb County has caused several colleges to change their schedules.

Here’s the latest:

  • Emory University is closing at 10 a.m. The break is impacting the Druid Hills campus operations. Emory Healthcare employees should refer to the EHC intranet and to emails from Emory Healthcare for information on operations and procedures.
  • Agnes Scott has closed.
  • Georgia State University’s Clarkston and Dunwoody campuses will close at 10 a.m.
  • Georgia Piedmont Technical College closed its DeKalb campus.

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Staff writer Michael E. Kanell contributed to this article.


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