City officials confirmed Wednesday that, the boil advisory, which was put into effect last Tuesday, has been lifted.
The advisory was necessary so crews could replace the water filtration system. Tests taken on Thursday showed the water passed the necessary tests needed to lift the order. However, a second round of testing over the weekend did not fare as well, which is why the advisory was extended. City officials say they did not want to rush the process, and wanted to make sure the water was safe for everyone before lifting the boil notice.