Took these pictures two days ago when a "flood" occurred in the front of the new stadium complex that is a little over one year old. A 3" main line from the interior of the high school came into this area. However, it was not to be used because the irrigation water for the complex was coming from a 6" POC out on the athletic fields. This main line spur was supposed to be capped off 200' to the south in a dirt area that became parking lot. Looks like it wasn't done. We turned on an isolation valve that'd been shut down since the construction to do some R&D on new areas and the rest is history. It ran for 25 minutes before we discovered the flood and now they're worried about the concrete being undermined. During the Christmas break (no traffic) they're going to have a contractor come in and dig up the parking lot so we can cap this main off where it should have been already capped. This would have cost about $3.56 to cap off a year and a half ago now it's going to cost thousands.