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Posted Thursday, June 09, 2016

date: Thune 9th, 2016
location:  Lyndhurst at Archer
The road is being closed in the area.
Updates on water status to follow:
Discoloured Water:
The discolouration is from iron and manganese that are naturally occurring in the groundwater. When the mains are flushed or there is a change in pressure from events such as a fire or a water main break; the iron and manganese that has settled in the distribution system can be stirred...
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Posted Thursday, June 09, 2016

date: Thne 9th, 2016
location:  Fairmount @ Sheldon Ave N.
Road is being closed for repairs.
Water is ON
Discoloured Water:
The discolouration is from iron and manganese that are naturally occurring in the groundwater. When the mains are flushed or there is a change in pressure from events such as a fire or a water main break; the iron and manganese that has settled in the distribution system can be stirred up. To eliminate...
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Posted Thursday, June 09, 2016

date: Thune 9th, 2016
location:  Franklin @ Wilson
water status:  ON
updates to follow
Discoloured Water:
The discolouration is from iron and manganese that are naturally occurring in the groundwater. When the mains are flushed or there is a change in pressure from events such as a fire or a water main break; the iron and manganese that has settled in the distribution system can be stirred up. To eliminate the discoloured...
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Posted Thursday, June 09, 2016

date: Thune 9th, 2016
location:  Union @ Bond
water status:  ON
Discoloured Water:
The discolouration is from iron and manganese that are naturally occurring in the groundwater. When the mains are flushed or there is a change in pressure from events such as a fire or a water main break; the iron and manganese that has settled in the distribution system can be stirred up. To eliminate the discoloured water you can turn on a cold...
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Posted Thursday, June 09, 2016

date: Thune 9th, 2016
location:  75 Ardelt Pl
water status - ON
Discoloured Water:
The discolouration is from iron and manganese that are naturally occurring in the groundwater. When the mains are flushed or there is a change in pressure from events such as a fire or a water main break; the iron and manganese that has settled in the distribution system can be stirred up. To eliminate the discoloured water you can turn on a cold water...
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