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BOIL WATER Order Has Been Lifted in Syracuse
June 17, 2014

The Onondaga County Health Department has lifted the Boil Water Order to residents and businesses in the South Clinton Street area of Syracuse between West Fayette Street and West Jefferson Street.  Laboratory results have confirmed that there is no evidence of coliform bacteria and it is safe to resume drinking tap water.

Several restaurants that were forced to temporarily close due to the Boil Water Order are now open again for business.  These restaurants include:  The Syracuse Suds Factory, 320 S. Clinton Street;  LaTaqurei, 409 S. Clinton Street;  Al's Wine & Whiskey Lounge, 321 S. Clinton Street; Continental Room, 400 S. Clinton Street;  Crepe & Gelato Blvd., 315 S. Clinton Street; and Nick's Tomato Pie, 109 Walton Street.

For more information about the Boil Water Order, call the Onondaga County Health Department, Division of Environmental Health at 435-6600.



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