Saratoga Springs

Boil water advisory in Saratoga Springs

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SARATOGA SPRINGS – On the eve of the holiday weekend, a water main break in Saratoga Springs triggered a boil water advisory late Thursday, according to a release from the state Department of Health and information posted on the city’s website.

Residents are advised to boil water or use bottled water. “All tap water for human consumption should be boiled at a rolling boil for at least one minute and then cooled prior to use,” according to the state Health Department’s notice.

The public health notice remains in effect until after two consecutive days of “satisfactory bacteriological sample results are submitted to and acknowledged by the New York State Department of Health Glens Falls District Office,” according to the Health Department.

 

 

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