Mahoning County issues boil order for western Mahoning County

CRAIG BEACH — The Mahoning County Sanitary Engineer’s office says its Metro Water District experienced a loss of water pressure because of a waterline break, resulting in a boil order for customers in Craig Beach.

All Craig Beach customers in the affected area are asked to boil water they use for drinking and cooking by bringing it to a rolling boil for one minute.

The sanitary engineer’s office also asks customers in the Jackson Milton and Craig Beach area to conserve water and keep usage to a minimum until water service can be fully restored. The office will issue a notice when the water has been tested and is considered safe.

The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency is now requiring all public water systems to follow this procedure for all depressurization of drinking water lines, according to a sanitary engineer’s office news release.

For more information, call 330-793-5514.


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