In the wake of a water line break July 11, the city of Exeter depressurized the municipal water system by emptying the water tower, which ended water services to all connections until the repair could be made. Services were restored July 13, officials said.
In the wake of a water line break July 11, the city of Exeter depressurized the municipal water system by emptying the water tower, which ended water services to all connections until the repair could be made. Services were restored July 13, officials said. Carey Wagner Fresno Bee file
In the wake of a water line break July 11, the city of Exeter depressurized the municipal water system by emptying the water tower, which ended water services to all connections until the repair could be made. Services were restored July 13, officials said. Carey Wagner Fresno Bee file

Exeter water ruled safe again; order to boil lifted

July 13, 2016 01:03 PM

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