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City working on public notification plan

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While the City of Dauphin has a state-of-the-art water treatment system and safe drinkable water from taps, that was not always the case.
In 1993 a boil water advisory was issued for the community following an outbreak of giardia, or beaver fever as it is commonly known.
And now, as part of its licensing requirements, the city is developing a Boil Water Advisory Public Notification Plan.
“Manitoba Sustainable Development, in licensing for drinking water started putting this in all major communities’ licenses. And we are one of the first, just because our license is up and they are issuing a new license,” city CAO Brad Collett said.

Get the complete story in the July 25 edition of your Herald.