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www.wmfd.com - Due to a water main repair it will be necessary to issue a boil advisory for the following areas: East Longview Avenue from North Main Street to Wayne Street; Olivesburg Road from Grace Street to Fleming Falls Road to include Richland Correctional, Annadale Avenue, 5th Avenue, north of Grace Street and Davids Lane; Grace Street from Newman Street to Ashland Road. This includes all of Coolridge Heights and Ashland Road from Pulver List Road north to Stewart Road. }}" />

   
 
 
Boil Advisory In Mansfield

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  Original Published: 8/19/2013Due to a water main repair it will be necessary to issue a boil advisory for the following areas: East Longview Avenue from North Main Street to Wayne Street; Olivesburg Road from Grace Street to Fleming Falls Road to include Richland Correctional, Annadale Avenue, 5th Avenue, north of Grace Street and Davids Lane; Grace Street from Newman Street to Ashland Road. This includes all of Coolridge Heights and Ashland Road from Pulver List Road, north to Stewart Road. Under a boil advisory, it is suggested all consumed water be brought to a rolling boil for a full 3 minutes prior to consumption. This is a precautionary measure to be taken until samples can be tested to confirm water purity. A notice will be issued at the completion of the test. Any questions concerning this notice may be directed to the Water Repair Department during normal business hours, Monday thru Friday from 7:00 a.m. until 3:30 p.m., at 419-755-9806. Get alerts sent to your cell phone. Signup at http://www.wmfd.com/text Brought to you by: Culligan www.AllThingsWater.com
   
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