A scheduled water valve replacement project on Delaware, Ohio’s east side will require a boil order for about 35 water customers on Monday, February 11.
Water will be cut-off to about 35 Delaware residents on Monday and a boil-alert has been issued until Wednesday. [photo by Eli Ratner, stock.xchng]
The affected area is Channing Street, from Reid Street to Wilder Street; Wilder Street from Channing Street to Smith Street; Chamberlin Street from Channing to the dead end; and 340 Lake Street.
Water service will be interrupted at 8 a.m. on Monday, February 11, and be restored by 5 p.m. that day. A boil-order advisory, as required by the Ohio EPA, will be in effect from the time water service is restored on Monday until Wednesday, February 13, at 5 p.m.
A boil-order advisory is issued due to the remote possibility that bacteria could be introduced into the water system when a main is depressurized.
Questions can be directed to the Delaware, Ohio, Public Utilities Department at 740-203-1900.
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