Boil water advisory lifted

Individuals may now use water for consumption and other purposes

| Author: Ari Harris | Media Contact: Aaron Mills

The City of Mount Pleasant has lifted the boil water advisory affecting Central Michigan University and our surrounding community.

Per the city’s announcement, individuals may now use water for drinking and other purposes:

“The City of Mt. Pleasant’s boil water advisory was issued out of an abundance of caution, due to a regulatory exceedance of turbidity. There was never any contamination of water as the testing/sampling proved. Therefore, water lines do not have to be flushed.”

The advisory does mention that residents may notice a slight chlorine smell that should go away within a few days.

Additional information regarding campus dining and other campus activities will follow soon.

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