Boil Water Advisory Issued

According to Tim Buck, Pamlico County Manager, a private line cut yesterday has been repaired, but now, they have to wait for water sample to come back negative.

Buck says it could be as early as Friday afternoon or as late at Monday morning, before they could rescind this advisory.

Portions of the Towns of Bayboro and Stonewall in Pamlico County are under this boil water advisory.

The affected area is between the 3rd Street in Bayboro east to Spain Farm Road in Stonewall.

Portions of Main Street, 1st Street, 2nd Street, 3rd Street, and South Street in Bayboro are included in the advisory.

This includes adjoining streets.
A boil water advisory was issued for Stonewall in Pamlico County.

People who live between the Bayboro/Stonewall Bridge and Spain Farm Road should expect periods of low water pressure and outages due to an accidental private party line cut.

Te water department urges people to boil water before using it for human consumption until further notice.

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  • by Michael Location: Downtown Merritt on Feb 25, 2010 at 04:29 PM
    I've only been here for 3 years and I have seen multiple advisories issued for Pamlico County. I actually called the water department to complain about the quality of water. My faucets are clogged and corroded. The water department told me that they had not flushed our lines and would send someone to flush the system thru the hydrants. My biggest complaint is, unless I read about the advisory we don't have any idea that there is a problem. Why can't the county use all of the local media, including radio and run a banner across the TV saying there is a problem?

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