Tuesday October 15th, 2019 3:24PM

Cleveland officials issue Boil Water Advisory, lift another

By Dean Dyer WRWH Radio

CLEVELAND – The City of Cleveland has issued another Boil Water Advisory affecting a number of its customers.

The advisory is due to a six-inch water main break that affects water customers at the following locations: Lindsey Drive, Foxwood Drive, 1983 Hwy. 129 N., 1883 Hwy. 129 N., Wild Turkey Trail, Shepard Drive, Stoddard Lane, and Cottage Creek areas of the city’s water service area.

Andrea Smith, water distribution operator for the City of Cleveland Public Works, said residents/businesses in this area will notice a loss of water or water pressure while the line is being repaired.

A Boil Water Advisory for any water used for consumption is required by EPD when water pressure drops below 20 PSI (pounds per square inch).

Also on Monday, city officials said the Boil Water Advisory for the Thunder Ridge subdivision was lifted after test results came back clear. 

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