No Water in Junction

Early during the week of August 21 complaints were being made about the color of water coming from the city’s water treatment plant. On Friday, August 26, city residents were notified by a “Reverse 911” phone call that city-supplied water needed to be boiled before consumption because of an improper level of chlorine residual. The problem was expected to be corrected within 24 to 36 hours. City employees continued to work on Saturday to correct the chlorine imbalance, but then other problems developed. By Sunday afternoon, August 28, water was no longer available to most city residents and businesses. As reported in a separate article in this edition, and as posted earlier on the Eagle’s

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