ROTTERDAM — Curry Road and Fiero Avenue have reopened after water main breaks Saturday.
Roads may be icy in those areas, so use caution, Rotterdam police said in a news release.
The boil-water advisory in the area of the Curry Road break remains in effect, police said. It is in effect for:
- Curry Road between Marlette Street and Altamont Avenue
- Stuart Street
- Duglin Avenue
- Bigsbee Village
- Curry Manor
The advisory is expected to remain in effect until at least Jan. 23, police said.
Town police remind residents who are affected by the boil-water advisory to boil tap water before consuming it. Boiled or bottled water should be used until further notice for drinking, making ice, brushing teeth, washing dishes and preparing food. To kill most bacteria and other organisms in tap water, water should be brought to a boil, kept at a boil for at least one minute and allowed to cool before use.
Additional information will be released when available.
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