LETHBRIDGE: Major clean-up efforts continue at the University of Lethbridge, as crews work to recover from a water main break that flooded the library building, Centre for the Arts and parts of University Hall Wednesday night.
U-of-L President Mike Mahon went over the current repair timeline they have in place, "The library is still closed and the fine arts building is also still closed, but the progress we've made is such that we're hopeful that the Centre for the Arts will be open next week. We're also hoping that a couple floors of the library will be open next week."
Mahon also noted that while some classes had to be cancelled Thursday and Friday, they're set to bring all students back to start the week, "Classes are all going to happen starting Monday. We've had to relocate some classes to different parts of campus, but all that's been done, all the students are notified. So we're very much business as usual in terms of students in classes."
As for a damage estimate, Mahon stated that it's still too early to know what it's going to cost.