Greenville Mayor Errick Simmons announced the Boil Water Advisory had been lifted as of 2:30 p.m. Friday.
Public works deputy director Ronnie Washington shared that as of Friday average water pressure for the City of Greenville was measured at 59 to 60 pounds per square inch (psi), an increase of Tuesday’s measurement of 55 psi and an adequate amount to pressurize throughout the city.
Simmons thanked public works crews, department heads, certified water operators and a host of engineers and consultants for working around the clock to get the necessary samples to the State Department of Health to lift the boil water advisory.
The Delta-Democrat Times’ story regarding the boil water advisory and its impact on the city’s residents and industries went to press before the mayor’s announcement, and therefore, will not reflect the lifting of the notice. For more updated information, continue to look at the Delta Democrat-Times’ Facebook page and website, ddtonline.com.