Boil water advisory lifted for Mt. Pleasant

A boil water advisory was issued for Mt. Pleasant on Thursday, Sept. 1.
A boil water advisory was issued for Mt. Pleasant on Thursday, Sept. 1.(MGN)
Published: Sep. 2, 2022 at 11:16 AM EDT
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Mt. PLEASANT, Mich. (WNEM) – A boil water advisory was lifted for Mt. Pleasant on Sunday, Sept. 4.

The city said that residents can resume drinking tap water immediately.

Officials said that the water supply has completed two rounds of testing and all samples have passed.

For a short time, residents may smell chlorine, but officials said there are no safety concerns that will dissipate in the next few days.

The original advisory also impacted Central Michigan University students. The university provided bottled water to on-campus residents while the advisory was in place.

The school posted on Facebook that students on campus were able to use water for consumption and other purposes.