Repair work continues on Graham Road after water main ruptures on Friday closed down Graham between Prange Avenue and the parking lot.
The boil alert for water customers along Graham Road expired at noon.
John Christopher, superintendent of the city's water utility, estimated the cost of material and labor to repair the water lines alone would run about $5,000.
City engineer Tony Demasi said the weather will have an impact on how quickly Graham Road can reopen. "We're are hopeful now that we can get this road open back up sometime Wednesday. A little bit of that is weather-dependant. It might be a little bit later, it might be Thursday."
A contractor will be working on the site close to 24 hours a day until the road is open. "There's somebody or something all the time out there," Demasi said.
It's too soon to say exactly how much this emergency repair will cost, but there is a reference point.
"When this happened in 2010, in the area between Lillis and State Road, that was $80,000," Demasi said. "I really don't know what this is going to cost until the numbers come in."
"It's gonna be a lot of money."