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July COVID-19 Press Release ... See moreSee less

July COVID-19 Press Release

 

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Blah blah blah

Thanks for sharing.

Unfortunately the links don’t work

Please clarify why the city is continuing to follow a "plan" by the governor that was declared unconstitutional a month ago by a judge and the executive orders are now considered to be over? news.wttw.com/sites/default/files/article/file-attachments/ORDER-7_2_2020.pdf

This is really great to hear! Thank you for this, Mr. Mayor. Covid is extremely dangerous and I know this will help save lives in Washington. ❤️

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Weather permitting; streets in the following neighborhoods will receive a full width sealcoat, an application of oil and rock chips, between Friday July 31 and Friday August 7: Beverly Manor, Brentwood Estates, Hillcrest, Firethorn, and Steeplechase. ... See moreSee less

Weather permitting; streets in the following neighborhoods will receive a full width sealcoat, an application of oil and rock chips, between Friday July 31 and Friday August 7: Beverly Manor, Brentwood Estates, Hillcrest, Firethorn, and Steeplechase.

 

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Do the people still 🤬🤬🤬?

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Does this no parking only apply to daytime hours. Seems odd that no parking in the evening and overnight would be an issue as crews would not be working after 5 or 6 pm. The notice was not clear on this??

Everyone loves the oil and rock chips. NOT. Now they are going around ruining the ends of everyone’s cement driveways. Just had ours redone. Mine better not be messed up. Our road crew sucks.

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The BOIL ORDER that was issued on Monday has unfortunately been extended. All effected residents have been notified.

Residents will also be notified as soon as the Boil Order is lifted as well a posted announcement.
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The BOIL ORDER that was issued on Monday has unfortunately been extended. All effected residents have been notified.

Residents will also be notified as soon as the Boil Order is lifted as well a posted announcement.

 

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Uh, they extended it as of Wednesday afternoon, July 29th. Not 4 hours ago. Just saying. 🤷

Any updates on this?

Thanks for the Bottled water. But what is being done to make the water potable again?

I Called today and found out they were getting a test back that was not good. Forced them to take more tests. I asked what was being done to help they did say they were doing some flushing to help but were still waiting on the test to come back from the EPA giving the all clear.

421 North Lawndale Avenue was not on this original boil order. I received a notice at my house Monday, August 3rd with our address added to the list. Any status update? I can't find any current information on the City of Washington web page. I am also signed up for Code Red and did not receive any alerts.

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**Effective Monday, July 27, 2020**

A BOIL ORDER will be issued for parts of the following:
Lawndale Lane, Lawndale Avenue, Miller Street, E. Adams Street, Walnut and E. Jefferson Street.

Here is a link to the PDF version of the order which lists the specific locations - cityofwashington.social/07-27-2020BOILORDER.

Your water will be off for up to 8 hours. When your service is restored, YOU WILL BE UNDER A BOIL ORDER UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. Please boil all cooking and drinking water.

You will be notified when the water test results have been received, and the boil order has been lifted. The water testing can take up to 48 hours.

Fliers are being distributed today to those affected residents.

The City of Washington regrets any inconvenience that this may cause.
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**Effective Monday, July 27, 2020**

A BOIL ORDER will be issued for parts of the following:
Lawndale Lane, Lawndale Avenue, Miller Street, E. Adams Street, Walnut and E. Jefferson Street. 

Here is a link to the PDF version of the order which lists the specific locations - https://cityofwashington.social/07-27-2020BOILORDER.

Your water will be off for up to 8 hours. When your service is restored, YOU WILL BE UNDER A BOIL ORDER UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.  Please boil all cooking and drinking water.

You will be notified when the water test results have been received, and the boil order has been lifted.  The water testing can take up to 48 hours.

Fliers are being distributed today to those affected residents. 

The City of Washington regrets any inconvenience that this may cause.

 

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O good more bullshit

What time is the water being shut off on Monday?

This doesn't affect 421 Lawndale Avenue?

Any word on when the boil order will be lifted?

Are you still hanging on to those Yard Waste stickers? Time is running out to turn them in for a refund. Deadline has been set for the end of this month: July 31st. City Hall is open so stop by and turn them in. ... See moreSee less

Are you still hanging on to those Yard Waste stickers? Time is running out to turn them in for a refund. Deadline has been set for the end of this month: July 31st. City Hall is open so stop by and turn them in.

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