Marine City boil water advisory ends

Marine City boil water advisory ends

There are 2 comments on the Times Herald story from Dec 29, 2012, titled Marine City boil water advisory ends. In it, Times Herald reports that:

MARINE CITY -- Marine City residents and people living in Cottrellville Township along River Road no longer need to boil their water, said Rick Ames, Marine City director of utilities.

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Linda

Farmington, MI

#1 Jan 4, 2013
How were we notified of the fact that we had to boil our water? We don't have cable and unless we heard a warning siren go off in town, we wouldn't know to look on facebook or turn on the radio or tv to find out we needed to boil our water. Would it be possible, that if this were to happen again, or any other emergency like this, to sound the tornado siren? At least then we would wonder what was going on and could then utilize the internet or other means of communication quickly? Just a suggestion. Thanks for your concern.
scaniport

Lancaster, SC

#2 Jan 31, 2013
Were Marine City residents notified of the boil water advisory? How? When? This is a prime example of "Marine City mentality".

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