Boil-Water Advisory Lifted in Hoboken After Water Main Issues

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    A boil-water advisory was lifted Saturday afternoon for Hoboken residents after a series of water main issues, including a ruptured pipe on Jefferson between Eighth and Ninth streets Saturday morning. It was the fourth break in three days. Jonathan Vigliotti reports. (Published Monday, April 1, 2013)

    A boil-water advisory has been lifted for residents of Hoboken, N.J. after a series of water main issues over the past three days.   

    The advisory was in effect for residents until 3 p.m. Saturday. United Water officials say laboratory results confirmed that the city's water was safe to drink.

    Water Woes Persist in Hoboken

    [NY] Water Woes Persist in Hoboken
    A boil water advisory remains in effect in Hoboken Friday, more than 24 hours after two water main breaks disrupted the city. A third leak was discovered Friday, aggravating residents' troubles. Pat Battle reports. (Published Friday, March 29, 2013)

    A 30-inch pipe on Willow Street and 14th Avenue was broken Thursday by a construction crew. Crews worked through the night to finish repairs and also fixed a 12-inch pipe at Willow and Eighth Avenue that flooded basements and submerged cars.
    Another leak was reported Friday in a pipe connected to a house on Park Avenue and 13th Street Friday. The latest leak occurred Saturday on Jefferson Street, between Eighth and Ninth streets.

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