Boil advisories for Cenla
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FROM THE CITY OF PINEVILLE: On Sept. 15, contractors working on the Military Highway Overpass at-grade crossing project, hit a 6-inch water main. Water service was interrupted for a couple of hours for approximately 70+ homes along and off Military Highway, from Moriarty Street to the South to Ellis Drive to the North. Streets included in the outage are Jefferson Highway, Jeansonne Street, Myrtlewood Subdivision and Forest Heights, as well as homes that front Military Highway along this stretch. Once repairs are complete and water service is restored, customers will be under the customary boil advisory that is required when a line is depressurized and repaired. If you have any questions, call 449-5688
- September 17: Gardner Community Water Assn has had to shut the water off on McDaniel’s Rd and Browns Creek to make a repair to the mainline. Operators are working diligently to make the repairs and get the water restored. The customers on Browns Creek from the Bridge to St. Clair and the customers on McDaniel’s Rd are under a Boil Advisory until further notice. We would also like to remind everyone who is still cleaning up from the storm, please be careful when digging up stumps, as there could be a water line under them. And please remember to call 811 before you dig.
- September 17: Town of Colfax
- September 13: Village of Ridgecrest
- September 6: 2800 block of Elliott Street in Alexandria
- September 2: 100 block of Mary Street in Alexandria
- August 29: Beauregard Parish
What to do once a boil advisory has lifted:
Run cold water faucets for one minute * Run drinking water fountains for one minute * Flush automatic ice makers (make three batches of ice and discard) * Run water softeners through a regeneration cycle * Run water coolers with direct water connections for five minutes.
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