MANDATORY WATER CONSERVATION LIFTED

For Immediate release.
July 28, 2016.

The Frederick County Sanitation Authority’s (FCSA) James T. Anderson Water Treatment Plant in Clearbrook, Virginia has been returned to service following a significant water line break on Saturday, July 23, 2016. This water treatment plant serves FCSA customers generally located in the northern service area, north of Route 50. All customers may experience air and sediment in their water over the next few days as the system stabilizes following the plant shutdown and water line repair.

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The mandatory water conservation order has been lifted. FCSA appreciates the community’s efforts to
limit water use in response to the water conservation mandate. We do encourage customers to continue to be mindful of and responsible with their water use. FCSA extends its appreciation to the following community members who provided significant assistance in limiting water use and enabling FCSA to return the James T. Anderson Water Treatment Plant to full operation:

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Kraft Foods
Winchester Electric
Cliff Brill
City of Winchester
Shallow Creek Electrical
Overhead Door Company
All Customers who minimized their water use
FCSA Employees