Water Restrictions Lifted in Mount Pleasant

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Water restrictions in Mount Pleasant ended on Friday after repairs were made at the Commerce Street Pump Station

Due to a malfunction at the station, which includes Hawthorne, Thornwood and Valhalla, all homes and businesses were placed on high water restrictions earlier in the week.

The town had banned car washing and the use of lawn sprinklers.

Town Supervisor Carl Fulgenzi said on Aug. 10 the water conservation measures were imposed because of two of the three pumps that pump water from the Commerce \Street Pump Station to the water storage tanks on Lozza Drive suddenly stopped working,” Fulgenzi said. “One pump has been working fine and able to maintain a workable level in our tanks due to the present restrictions”

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