Saturday, November 26, 2011

Bradford water UPDATE

 A voluntary water conservation request to customers of the Bradford City Water Authority has been lifted, but the boil-water advisory remains in place, said authority Executive Director Kim Benjamin Friday afternoon. The authority asked customers to conserve water after a water main break in Bradford City on Tuesday. The request was lifted Friday because water storage levels have returned to normal, said Benjamin. The boil-water advisory, which is only an advisory and not an order, has not changed since Wednesday, when the advisory was lifted for some, but not all customers. Benjamin said the advisory will be extending into next week, but it is just a matter of awaiting laboratory results at this point. The advisory was lifted for the following customers: those south of Owens Way and U.S. Route 219 to Route 59 including those in Custer City, Minard Run Road, Lewis Run Borough, the Federal Correctional Institute-McKean and the Bradford Regional Airport. Also excluded are customers from Stephen Lane to Marilla Reservoir on West Washington Street, those from Harrisburg Run to Olean Road in Derrick City, and those from the intersection of Interstate Parkway and Stone Avenue northwest to Sullivan Road in Bradford Township. All other customers remain under the boil-water advisory. (Courtesy-Bradford Era)

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