North Hopkins Water Supply Corporation has lifted their boil water notice, according to their website. The notice was issued on Friday, February 19th.
The City of Sulphur Springs reported on Thursday that water usage for the North Hopkins Water Supply Corporation (NHWSC) has returned to normal levels.
As of Thursday morning NHWSC was using water at the rate of 295,000 gallons per day. The usage was as high as 1.3 million gallons per day at one point in the past week.
Sulphur Springs City Manager Marc Maxwell said, “We would like to commend NHWSC for their diligent work in identifying and repairing 3 main line ruptures and countless yard line ruptures. We do not have information yet on how many of those leaks/ruptures were the result of the reward program offered by NHWSC, but the City stands by its commitment to backstop the district with the free water to make good on the rewards.”