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Re: Residents of Downtown Jersey City may have low water pressure or discolored water this week.
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Thanks Grove Path......this makes sense now. No discolored water by me, but definately low flow.

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Residents of Downtown Jersey City may have low water pressure or discolored water this week.
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Tap water may be discolored

Monday, June 11, 2007

Residents of Downtown Jersey City may have low water pressure or discolored water this week, due to the replacement of a broken valve, United Water announced.

The company, which runs the city's water system, said the water is safe to drink but residents may want to let it run clear before drinking it, cooking with it or washing with it.

The area most likely to be impacted includes the streets between the New Jersey Turnpike and Washington Street and between Grand Street and Newark Avenue.

Customers can call 1-800-575- 4433 for more information.

JOURNAL STAFF

Posted on: 2007/6/11 11:00
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