Water advisories lifted in Montgomery County
Updated On: May 23 2014 06:25:59 PM CDT
After several days of warnings and tests, Montgomery County is lifting two water advisories.
Earlier this week, Pennsylvania American Water told its customers to boil water before drinking and to conserve their usage.
Water officials said the plant was having treatment issues.
On Friday, officials said the water has tested clean and those advisories are no longer in place.
This notice applies to the company’s approximately 18,000 customers in the following communities:
• East Norriton Township
• West Norriton Township
• Lower Providence Township
• Whitpain Township
• Worcester Township
• Whitemarsh Township
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