State Agencies Working to Fix Baltimore Drinking Water System
(Annapolis, MD) -- Maryland agencies are working around the clock to make sure Baltimore residents have access to clean water.
That was the message Wednesday from Governor Larry Hogan in response to elevated levels of E-coli in the local water system.
The state's Department of General Services has delivered 37,000 bottles of water to local residents.
A Boil Water Advisory remains in effect from North and South Riggs Avenue to West Franklin Street and East and West Carey Street to Pulaski Avenue.
Our state agencies are working around the clock to assist Baltimore City and help ensure access to clean water.@MDEnvironment has a team of engineers onsite inspecting city infrastructure, and will be conducting inspections in and around the affected area. pic.twitter.com/a16wJyy7Gw— Governor Larry Hogan (@GovLarryHogan) September 7, 2022
Earlier today, @MDDGS delivered 37,000 bottles of water to Harlem Park School to assist the city in water distribution.— Governor Larry Hogan (@GovLarryHogan) September 7, 2022
More details on state efforts across multiple agencies are available here: https://t.co/kErwQNQcff pic.twitter.com/5lA6c1XNLb