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Boil Water Notice In Effect May 13 - Burnt Store Marina Service Area
5/13/2019
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NEWS RELEASE

Boil Water Notice In Effect May 13 – Burnt Store Marina Service Area

 

Port Charlotte, Fla. (May 13, 2019) – Charlotte County Utilities has declared a precautionary boil water notice for a portion of the Burnt Store Marina service area due to a 10" water main leak resulting in the pressure dropping below 20 psi. The affected customers are being notified and will remain under a boil water notice until further notice.

The area affected is as follows:

2060 thru 3265 Matecumbe Key Rd.

2061 thru 3041 Admiralty Village

3267 thru 3345 Sugarloaf Key Rd.

3301 thru 3381 Diamond Key Ct.

3201 thru 3485 Sunset Key Cir.

Approximately 376 customers impacted

Due to reduced system pressure from the shut-off of the water supply and as a precautionary measure, Charlotte County Utilities is requesting that all customers in the affected area listed above, boil water intended for drinking or cooking at a rolling boil for a minimum of one minute. Customers should boil water until further notice. The Utilities Department will notify all affected customers with a rescission notice as soon as the water quality is confirmed to be at safe consumption levels. As an alternative, bottled water could be used. We apologize for the inconvenience.

For customer questions, contact our Customer Service Department at 941-764-4300, or the Charlotte County Health Department at 941-743-1266.

For information, contact Stephen Kipfinger, water distribution at 941-764-4300 or Stephen.Kipfinger@CharlotteCountyFL.gov.      

 

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