Water passed tests

Water passed tests
YOUNGSTOWN -- No violations of contaminant levels were found last year in the water the city buys and distributes, says a 2000 federal consumer confidence report.
The federally required report is based on 65,000 laboratory tests performed on water the city buys from Mahoning Valley Sanitary District. The city distributes about 21 million gallons of water daily through 750 miles of pipe to the city, Austintown, Boardman, Canfield Township, North Jackson and Liberty. The city sells bulk water to Mineral Ridge, Girard and the city of Canfield.
North Road widening
WARREN -- Officials will discuss the proposed reconstruction and widening of North Road to three lanes from U.S. Route 422 to East Market Street. Representatives from the Trumbull County Engineer's Office, the city of Warren, the city of Niles, Howland Township, Eastgate Regional Council of Governments and Ohio Department of Transportation will be present from 4 to 7 p.m. Tuesday in the North Road Elementary School gymnasium.
Parade floats needed
AUSTINTOWN -- The Fourth of July Committee will meet at 6:30 p.m. each Thursday up to July 4 at the Township Hall, 82 Ohltown Road, to prepare for the 25th annual Austintown Fourth of July parade. Participants are asked to design and enter their own floats for the annual parade, which will honor local Lions, Rotary and Kiwanis club members. For information, call Chris Lewis at (330) 793-6460.

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