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Saint Paul Regional Water Services lifts boil water advisory
Saint Paul Regional Water Services has lifted a boil water advisory for residents in downtown, West 7th and lower west side.
The affected area is bounded by approximately Interstate 35E to the west, Highway 52 to the east, University Ave. to the north, and the bluff line to the south side.
The affected area is shown in yellow on the map at right.
"We are lifting the drinking water advisory after receiving the results from our comprehensive water sampling program, confirming that there are no contaminants in the water distribution system," said Steve Schneider, general manager.
The lifting of the boil water advisory was done in consultation with and the approval of the Minnesota Department of Health.
"Customers can resume normal usage," Schneider said. "The water distribution system's service and pressure have returned to normal."
The advisory was a precautionary procedure, and tests revealed that the drinking water remains safe for consumption.
The water main is repaired and is expected to be returned to service later today, Feb. 10.
For more information, contact Saint Paul Regional Water Services at 651-266-6350 or email@example.com.
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