Hoboken Dealing With Another Water Disruption

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    Hoboken's mayor says the city's recent water woes have their roots in a contract signed two decades ago. Her political opponent says she's the one who should have taken responsibility when she took office. Chris Glorioso reports. (Published Wednesday, Apr 3, 2013)

    Some Hoboken residents are dealing with another water disruption, the fifth such problem in the past eight days.

    The Jersey Journal reports that a water main sustained a small rupture Thursday night as workers were replacing a valve.

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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, Apr 1, 2013)

    United Water spokesman Steve Goudsmith tells the newspaper that about 125 residents were affected.

    Repairs were expected to be completed by Friday afternoon.

    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, Mar 29, 2013)

    The disruption comes after the square-mile city sustained several water main breaks and leaks last week, leaving part of the city without water and forcing officials to issue a boil water advisory for all residents for three days.

    No boil water advisory was issued for Thursday's disruption.

    Hoboken Deals With Two Water Main Breaks

    [NY] Hoboken Deals With Two Water Main Breaks
    Two separate water main breaks left almost all of Hoboken without water for most of the day. Pat Battle reports on the recovery efforts. (Published Thursday, Mar 28, 2013)

    Hoboken's mayor says the city's recent water woes have their roots in a contract signed two decades ago.

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