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Fire Hydrant Testing Begins

June 30, 2010

FROM: FRANK MILLER

WATER UTILITY SUPERINTENDENT

 

 

 

FIRE HYDRANT TESTING

 

The City of Cudahy Water Utility wishes to notify all of our water customers that the Cudahy Fire Department will be testing the city’s fire hydrants during the month of July beginning on the 6th.

 

What does this mean to the individual customer? It means that when the hydrants are being tested in your area, you may temporarily experience dirty or rust colored water immediately following the test. If you do notice this, then allow your faucet to run a few minutes until the water is clear. In older sections of town, the testing will be more obvious.

 

The City of Cudahy Water Utility and Fire Department firmly believe it is very important to regularly conduct the fire hydrant testing program to assure our citizens’ safety. We sincerely hope that this message will be shared with all of our customers and hope that any problems associated with “dirty” water will be minor. We wish to thank each resident for their cooperation and understanding in our hydrant testing program.

 

If you have any questions regarding the hydrant testing program, please call Supt. Miller at 769-2234.

 

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