Mysterious drain on Adamsville water supply stops

July 29– Adamsville City Administrator Steve Simon said this morning the event that caused low water pressure in some areas served by the Adamsville Utility Department last night has not been conclusively identified, and is still under investigation. 

The city believes everything is back to normal and no one is currently experiencing restricted water flow, but Simon added that any customer who has such a problem should report it.

 “It was a short, intense incident that outstripped our per gallon/per minute normal flow, and caused a rapid draw-down of water levels in the system. About 8:15 p.m. our levels started picking back up again on their own, and seem to be fine now,” Simon said. “We don’t know exactly what caused it, but we are investigating.”


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