boil water alert
Residents in three Macomb County communities are getting a heads up about a boil water alert that’ll go into effect on Easter Sunday — while crews make repairs on a 96-inch water main.
City officials in Plymouth are asking residents to boil their water until further notice.
City officials said crews were working on a project at the meter pit when water pressure fell below the minimum standard.
A water main issue in the city of Walled Lake has caused a “boil water” alert for many residents.
Authorities were trying to determine what caused weekend flooding along a river near Traverse City, where those affected remained under a health advisory Monday.
A boil water advisory remains in effect for the almost 50,000 water customers in the city of Monroe, as officials try to determine what caused high levels of contaminants in several samples taken this month.
The city of Monroe is under a boil water advisory and, as a result, Monroe Public Schools is cancelling classes on Thursday.
A watermain is reported in Livonia. Meantime, an area of Westland remains under a boil water advisory.