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Breaking News Alert – May 30, 2021

With cyanobacteria in Lake Okeechobee and the C-51 canal and now cylindrospermopsin in the West Palm and Town of Palm Beach water supply you can count on Palm Beach TV and the Palm Beach Civic Association to keep you informed and stay on top of the problem.

Bob Wright Letter to Palm Beach daily News on water quality issues

Bob Wright Letter to Town Council on water quality issues

Request for water testing proposal from Lake Worth Waterkeeper

 

 


 
PALM BEACH CIVIC ASSOCIATION AT WORK:
May 19 – Executive Committee Discussion of CONTAMINATION WATER Concern.
May 22 – Chairman Bob Wright drafts letters to EDITOR Palm Beach Daily News and Palm Beach Town Manager and Council, requesting the letter to be read on record.
May 26 – Palm Beach Civic Association new Task Force Committee meet, requesting of proposal
May 26 – Proposal sent to Reinaldo Diaz, Lake Worth Waterkeeper
May 27 – Palm Beach Civic Association new Task Force Committee meet
May 28 – CIVIC ASSOCIATION LEARNS AT 11:00 PM WATER IS NOT SAFE TO DRINK.
Civic Association SENDS BREAKS NEWS ALERT DO NOT DRINK TAP WATER 11:10 PM TO MEMBERS AND RESIDENTS with regard to contaminated water alert, found in Town of Palm Beach and West Palm Beach water supply.
May 29 6:30 AM – ADDITIONAL BREAKING NEWS ALERT and REMINDER SENT of Contaminated Water to Members and Residents
May 30 – Palm Beach TV High Alert Newscast sent to Members and Residents

WE WILL CONTINUE TO KEEP YOU WELL INFORMED as we learn more.


Town Updates

Letter from Town of Palm Beach to the City of West Palm Beach on Water Quality Communication

DRINKING WATER ADVISORY – May 28, 2021

Temporary Free Chlorine Water Disinfection for Water Customers Served by City of West Palm Beach – May 29, 2021

Town Officials have ensured bottle water availability at Palm Beach Publix – May 29, 2021


Palm Beach Post Stories

PepsiCo. not happy about lime sludge left after treating Riviera Beach water

Discovery of toxin produced by algae prompts water advisory for West Palm, Palm Beach, South Palm

Why the delay? WPB took 8 days to alert public about toxin in water

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