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5/26/2012 9:47:19 AM
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IMPORTANT District 4 Safety Message- May 26, 2012

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IMPORTANT District 4 Safety Message
Boil Water alert Broward County water system customers - Parts of Deerfield Beach included
The Broward County Water & Wastewater Operatons Division has issued a boil water alert for portions of Pompano Beach, Deerfield Beach, Lighthouse Point and Coconut Creek. For more information, call 954-831-3061 or 954-831-3250.

ONLY Deerfield Beach water customers who are serviced by the BROWARD COUNTY water system are under a boil water order. Those who receive water service from the City of Deerfield Beach DO NOT need to boil their water. If you are unsure who provides your water service, look at your water bill to see if it reads Broward County (WWS) or the City of Deerfield Beach. ONLY customers with bills from  Broward County (WWS) need to boil their water. The City of Deerfield Beach water system is safe and is not under a boil water order.

Broward County Notice 
Map of area under Boil Water Order 

A potable raw water well (2A-#4) sample tested positive for a Fecal Indicator (E. Coli.), which has resulted in a precautionary boil water condition for 37,172 WWS customers and the City of Coconut Creek water customers. Although recent distribution samples tested absent for Total Coliform, a bacteriological survey will be necessary to confirm the safety of the potable water for consumption.

Bacteriological samples will be taken on Saturday, May 26th, and Sunday, May 27th; the boil water condition could be rescinded on Monday, May 28th. Once the water is deemed safe, the affected WWS customers and the City of Coconut Creek will be notified by a Code Red automated telephone notification system.

For more information please contact 954-831-3061 or 954-831-3250.

Thank you,
Bill Ganz
Vice Mayor/District 4 Commissioner

Contact Vice Mayor Ganz directly at bganz@deerfield-beach.com. If you need technical assistance or have questions related to E-Subscriptions, please e-mail Rami Altherr at raltherr@deerfield-beach.com or call 954-480-4417. 

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IMPORTANT District 4 Safety Message

Boil Water alert Broward County water system customers - Parts of Deerfield Beach included
The Broward County Water & Wastewater Operatons Division has issued a boil water alert for portions of Pompano Beach, Deerfield Beach, Lighthouse Point and Coconut Creek. For more information, call 954-831-3061 or 954-831-3250.

ONLY Deerfield Beach water customers who are serviced by the BROWARD COUNTY water system are under a boil water order. Those who receive water service from the City of Deerfield Beach DO NOT need to boil their water. If you are unsure who provides your water service, look at your water bill to see if it reads Broward County (WWS) or the City of Deerfield Beach. ONLY customers with bills from Broward County (WWS) need to boil their water. The City of Deerfield Beach water system is safe and is not under a boil water order.

Broward County Notice [http://www.deerfield-beach.com/documents/110/Boil%20Water%2005%2025%2012_201205252210418256.pdf]
Map of area under Boil Water Order [http://www.deerfield-beach.com/documents/110/Map_BoilWater%2005-25-12~JP_Rev2[1]_201205252135283256.pdf]

A potable raw water well (2A-#4) sample tested positive for a Fecal Indicator (E. Coli.), which has resulted in a precautionary boil water condition for 37,172 WWS customers and the City of Coconut Creek water customers. Although recent distribution samples tested absent for Total Coliform, a bacteriological survey will be necessary to confirm the safety of the potable water for consumption.

Bacteriological samples will be taken on Saturday, May 26th, and Sunday, May 27th; the boil water condition could be rescinded on Monday, May 28th. Once the water is deemed safe, the affected WWS customers and the City of Coconut Creek will be notified by a Code Red automated telephone notification system.

For more information please contact 954-831-3061 or 954-831-3250.

Thank you,
Bill Ganz
Vice Mayor/District 4 Commissioner

Contact Vice Mayor Ganz directly at bganz@deerfield-beach.com [mailto:bganz@deerfield-beach.com] . If you need technical assistance or have questions related to E-Subscriptions, please e-mail Rami Altherr at raltherr@deerfield-beach.com [mailto:raltherr@deerfield-beach.com] or call 954-480-4417.

If you no longer wish to receive these messages, unsubscribe by visiting our website at http://www.Deerfield-Beach.com [http://www.deerfield-beach.com/] , and click on "E-Subscriptions." Enter your e-mail address into the box, and click the sign in button to log in and manage your subscription preferences.

The City of Deerfield Beach is subject to the Public Records Law. Under Florida law, e-mail addresses are public records. If you do not want your e-mail address released in response to a public-records request, do not correspond via electronic mail with this agency. Instead, contact this organization by phone or in writing.

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