Great Lakes Water Authority testing township water; boil water alert remains in effect

Posted by Scott Bolthouse | The Huron Hub | Oct. 12, 2021 | 10:40 a.m.

The Great Lakes Water Authority is in the area today testing the water around the township following a massive water main break last weekend.

The water main break has caused a boil water alert in the township, and has also closed local schools through Thursday as a precaution.

Below is the most current statement from Huron Township DPW Director Jim Lancaster.

“Spoke with the Great Lakes Water Authority this morning. They should be in town testing our location as this message is being sent. The process is they will take these samples to the lab and incubate them for 18-24 hours to see if there is any bacteria present in the system. They will come back tomorrow and do the same thing and as long as those samples are clear after that 2nd 24 hour window we will be lifting the boil water alert. I will update as more information comes along.”

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Continue checking back with The Huron Hub as we update the community on the water situation. 

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