Nearly two weeks after Tropical Storm Irene hit Connecticut, 38 small water systems around Connecticut remain under a “boil water” advisory from the state Department of Public Health.
As Connecticut continues to clean up after the weekend storms, the state Department of Public Health has issued a “boil water” advisory for 69 public water systems, and a caution to homeowners in flooded areas who use private wells.
Connecticut residents appeared to be taking hurricane preparedness warnings to heart on Thursday.
The largest investor-owned water utility in New England, has been purchasing dozens of water systems and several small companies in the last few months.
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