CLIO, Mich. – The City of Clio has lifted a boil water advisory that has been in place for most of the week.
The announcement was made Friday after the required two consecutive days of testing showed the water to meet quality and safety standards.
According to city DPW officials, a water main was broken during a contractor's excavation of a residential sewer line in the area of Griffes and Railway Streets on Tuesday.
Crews successfully repaired the damage Tuesday evening.
A loss of water pressure caused the issuance of the boil water advisory as a precautionary measure.
About 2,500 water users were affected by the advisory.