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A boil water advisory has been issued for Livingston County Water Authority customers in Brighton, Green Oak and Hamburg Townships.

07/01/2019 - Mark St. Charles, the LCWA Chair and also Green Oak Township's Supervisor, says that at about 10pm Sunday the water system suffered a loss of pressure due to a mechanical failure at the well site. While pressure has been restored, because there was a total loss of pressure they've had to issue a boil water advisory for 72 hours or until testing confirms everything is clear. 
The advisory is intended for any water that will be used for human consumption.


RESCISSION OF PRECAUTIONARY BOWL WATER NOTICE 01/30/2019

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TO: Residents within Country Club Annex Subdivison in the Charter Township of Brighton utilizing the Livingston Community Water Authority (LCWA).  The January 27, 2019 "Precautionary Boil Water Notice" is hereby rescinded following the repair of a water main and subsequent shut down of the water system and the satisfactory completion of the Bateriological Survey showing that the water is safe to drink.  If you have any questions, please call the Livingston Community Water Authority at (810) 231-1333 ext. 102.


LCWA BOIL WATER NOTICE 01/27/2019

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TO: Residents with Country Club Annes Subdivision in the Charter Township of Brighton utilizing the Livingston Community Water Authority (LCWA).  Please be advised that on Sunday, January 27, 2019 at or around 11:20 a.m., the water system received a call that there was water observed at or near a water main.  It was determed that the complete water system for the entire Country Club Subdivision in Brighton Township will be shut down for approximately 2 hours to make repairs.  This is an emergency repair most likely due to the recent cold temperatures.

Since the water pressure will be taken down to zero pressure, a precautionary boil water advisory is issued for 72 hours or until noticed.  A precautionary boil water advisory is intended for any water that will be used for human consumption. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.  If you have any questions, please feel freet to call (810) 231-1333 ext. 102.

For information on a precautionary boil water advisory, please go to the following web site:
http ://www.doh.state.fl.us/ environment/water/manual/boil .htm


04/29/2018

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TO: Residents within Country Club Annex Subdivision in the Charter Township of
Brighton utilizing the Livingston Community Water Authority (LCWA)
THE April 25, 2018 “PRECAUTIONARY BOIL WATER NOTICE" is hereby
rescinded following the repair of a water main and subsequent shut down of the
water system and the satisfactory completion of the Bacteriological Survey
showing that the water is safe to drink.
IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, PLEASE CALL the Livingston Community
Water Authority at 810-231-1333 ext 102.-

-Mark St.Charles, Chairperson
Livingston Community Water Authority (LCWA)



LCWA BOIL WATER NOTICE 04/25/2018

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Re: Planned Repairs and System Shut Down

Dear Resident,
Please be advised that on Friday April 27, 2018 at or around 9:00 a.m., the water system will be shut down to repair several Fire Hydrants and replacement of water main valves. It is anticipated the water will off for approximately 6 hours. This will affect all homes on Ethel street from Weber to Burson and possibly some homes on Burson and Weber.
Since the water pressure will be taken down to zero pressure, a precautionary boil water advisory is issued for 72 hours or until noticed. A precautionary boil water advisory is intended for any water that will be used for human consumption.
We apologize for any inconvenience that this may cause. This repair to the water system a planned event to replace old worn out valves and hydrants.
If you have any questions, please feel free to call 810-231-13 3 3 ext 102
For information on a precautionary boil water advisory, please go to the following web site:
http ://www.doh.state.fl.us/ environment/water/manual/boil .htm

 - Mark St. Charles, Chairperson 

Livingston Community Water Authority (LCWA)




Updated July 01, 2019
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