Boil water advisory lifted for Live Oak Springs resort

first_imgBoil water advisory lifted for Live Oak Springs resort BOULEVARD (KUSI) — A boil water advisory for the Live Oak Springs resort in southeastern San Diego County was lifted Tuesday.The advisory was issued Feb. 2 by the county Department of Environmental Health due to a loss of pressure within the water distribution system for the resort, which includes 92 residential homes, an RV park, cabins, a laundry facility, market and restaurant.Testing showed no presence of E. coli or total coliform bacteria in the water, according to the county Department of Environmental Health. Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter Posted: February 6, 2018 KUSI Newsroom KUSI Newsroom, February 6, 2018last_img

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