I know many people have been waiting on this news!
(Detroit Free Press) A boil-water advisory issued Feb. 28 that affected Detroit, Hamtramck and Highland Park has been lifted, according to the city of Detroit.
The second round of test results came back clear, finding "nothing wrong with the water," according to a statement from the Great Lakes Water Authority.
People in affected areas this week had to boil their water before drinking it or using it to cook, in case it was contaminated with bacteria.
According to the Detroit Water & Sewerage Department (DWSD), the possibility of bacterial contamination occurred when there was a temporary drop in pressure from one pump at the system's big water-treatment plant on East Jefferson, at the former Water Works Park (long closed to the public). The facility is operated by the Great Lakes Water Authority. more here