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ST. BRIEUX, SK: PRECAUTIONARY DRINKING WATER ADVISORY (PDWA)
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A Precautionary Drinking Water Advisory (PDWA) was issued on May 8 in the town of St. Brieux.
The advisory issued by Saskatchewan's Water Security Agency is in effect for residents who live at 200-209 Park Place, 100-114 Barbier Drive, 100-108 on 1st Ave W, and all properties west of the train tracks.
"The advisory only affects two residents," describes Dawn Lugrin, administrator for the town of St Brieux. "We are a really small community and the area affected is an underdeveloped section."
The source of the precautionary drinking water advisory is a leaking valve incident that took place on Monday, May 7. The cause is undetermined but the line was fixed on Wednesday.
St. Brieux's regional park and golf course are also affected by the water advisory. The golf course will open for the season on Friday.
Based on the same municipal sources the Precautionary Drinking Water Advisory (PDWA) is expected to be lifted mid next week, once the water sample test results are received. Notices will be delivered by phone and mail to the affected residents informing that the advisory has been lifted.
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