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Author Topic: Chatham Issues Temporary Boil Water Notice for Some Northeast Areas Due to Leak  (Read 1155 times)
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« on: March 02, 2017, 12:43:14 PM »

I just received this email from the county.

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Chatham Issues Temporary Boil Water Notice for Some Northeast Areas Due to Leak
Post Date: 03/02/2017 10:37 AM

A water leak caused a drop in water system pressure earlier today, which has led Chatham County Water Utilities to issue a boil water notice for specific areas in northeast Chatham. The leakage has been isolated and repaired.

“We are issuing the boil water notice as a precaution due to the pressure drop in the system,” said Assistant County Manager Dan LaMontagne. “We do not expect this to last more than one day.”

Chatham County has already started calling all affected residences and businesses to alert them to the notice.

The affected areas are:

    Mann’s Chapel Rd.
    Hamlet’s Chapel Rd.
    Mt. Gilead Church Rd.
    Bynum Bridge Rd.
    Hwy. 15-501 south of Jack Bennett Rd.
    Several communities including: Hudson Hills, The Hamptons, Bynum, Briar Chapel, Fearrington Village, Galloway Ridge, Hamlet Grove, Prestonwood, Horizon and Moneterrane.

Chatham County will announce when the boil water advisory has been lifted. Until that time, residents in these areas should use bottled water or boil the county water before using it for drinking, bathing, dental care, making ice, washing dishes, and food preparation.

If you have questions, call Water Utilities at 919-542-8270, but the phone lines may be very busy.
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« Reply #1 on: March 02, 2017, 04:06:01 PM »

....and they wonder why people in my district voted against the water bond.....twice.
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« Reply #2 on: March 02, 2017, 04:39:37 PM »

Yep, I will take well water any day!
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« Reply #3 on: March 02, 2017, 06:54:52 PM »

I just received this email from the county.

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Chatham Issues Temporary Boil Water Notice for Some Northeast Areas Due to Leak
Post Date: 03/02/2017 10:37 AM

A water leak caused a drop in water system pressure earlier today, which has led Chatham County Water Utilities to issue a boil water notice for specific areas in northeast Chatham. The leakage has been isolated and repaired.

“We are issuing the boil water notice as a precaution due to the pressure drop in the system,” said Assistant County Manager Dan LaMontagne. “We do not expect this to last more than one day.”

Chatham County has already started calling all affected residences and businesses to alert them to the notice.

The affected areas are:

    Mann’s Chapel Rd.
    Hamlet’s Chapel Rd.
    Mt. Gilead Church Rd.
    Bynum Bridge Rd.
    Hwy. 15-501 south of Jack Bennett Rd.
    Several communities including: Hudson Hills, The Hamptons, Bynum, Briar Chapel, Fearrington Village, Galloway Ridge, Hamlet Grove, Prestonwood, Horizon and Moneterrane.

Chatham County will announce when the boil water advisory has been lifted. Until that time, residents in these areas should use bottled water or boil the county water before using it for drinking, bathing, dental care, making ice, washing dishes, and food preparation.

If you have questions, call Water Utilities at 919-542-8270, but the phone lines may be very busy.
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Got a phone notice. NOT as detailed as to take concerns with anything beyond boil water issue.
Thanks for your post with smudge more details as usual Smiley
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« Reply #4 on: March 02, 2017, 08:22:32 PM »

....and they wonder why people in my district voted against the water bond.....twice.

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