Area Public Works are alerting people that running water advisories are still in effect, despite warmer weather.
The director of the Public Works and Utilities in Weston, Keith Donner, said Monday, the frost is still about six or seven feet down. These are the same levels as many pipelines and they can still freeze.
He said those in advisory areas should continue to monitor their stream, check for discoloration, and adjust the flow if needed. He also said to make sure there is good drainage to prevent water damage.
If you notice your pipes freezing, contact your Public Works Department.
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