Oakland officials lift boil water notice after pressure loss
OAKLAND, Fla. – According to officials, the town of Oakland suffered an equipment malfunction Thursday at the Oakland Water Plant. The issue resulted in a loss of pressure that was less than the State’s minimum guidelines for proper water production and delivery. The loss in pressure resulted in a precautionary boil water alert. On Friday, city officials rescinded the notice after lab results confirmed that there was no harmful bacteria found in the samples. News 6 AppThe News 6 App provides local, state, international and worldwide news, along with weather resources and more, including local movie times, lottery numbers and your daily horoscope.
City of St. Cloud boil water notice lifted
CLOUD, Fla. – A precautionary boil water notice issued for St. Cloud after a city fire hydrant was hit by a vehicle has been lifted. The affected areas included Narcoossee Road from Dan Smith Road to Boggy Creek Road. Following the repair of the fire hydrant and the satisfactory completion of the bacteriological survey, the City has determined the water is safe to drink. Boil Water Notice: Thursday, February 6, 2020If you have any questions, officials ask that you contact the City of St.