The Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission's six-month water main flushing project continues this week. Some Montgomery County residents can expect temporary water discoloration as work crews remove accumulated iron and manganese sediment from water mains by opening fire bydrants.

Work crews are scheduled to be in the following areas:

Today-Parkview Estates, Springhill, NOrth Springbrook, Sherwood Forest Manor, Meadwood, Springbrook, North Springbrook and Columbia Forest in the daytime and Columbia Forest, Farmington, Rock Creek Knolls, Rock Creek Forest, Rosemary Hills and Woodside in the Rosemary Hills and Woodise in the evening; Firday - Columbia Forest, Farmington, Rock Creek Knolls, Rock Creek Forest, Rosemary Hills, Woodside, Country Side, Rolling Acres, Springbrook Manor and Colesville Farm Estates in the daytime, and Columbia Forest, Farmington, Rock Creek Knolls, Rock Creek Forest, Rosemary Hills, Woodside, Country Side, Rolling Acres, Springbrook Manor and Colesville Farm Estates in the evening.

Sunday - Rock Creek Forest, Rollingwood, Deer Park, Fairland and Calverton in the evening; Monday - Rock Creek Forest, Rollingwood, Deer Park, Fairland and Calverton in the daytime, and Rock Creek Forrest, Rollingwood, Deer Park, Fairland and Calverton in the evening and Tuesday daytime; Tuesday evening and Wednesday daytime and evening - Deer Park, Fairland, Calverton and Meadowbrook Village.