The boil water warning the city of Baldwin had been subject to for the past few days this week was lifted on Friday, according to the report.
JACKSONVILLE, Florida. The boil water advisory that the city of Baldwin has been subjected to for the past few days this week was lifted on Friday, according to a press release.
Baldwin’s public works “passed the necessary tests, and they all passed,” the report said.
Baldwin Mayor Sean Lynch said a water main burst at the northwest intersection of Oliver Street and Main Street on Monday afternoon. On Wednesday at 19:30, a water main rupture was repaired.
Recommendations for boiling water were put in place and applied to water used for drinking or cooking.
Neighbors told First Coast News it was an inconvenience but could be dealt with thanks to Baldwin Market.
“If you ever come to Baldwin Market and are not satisfied, my name is Larry, please find me and we will fix everything,” assistant store manager Larry Phillips said.
This week the market stalls were filled with water.
“We were too ready, although we didn’t expect it, we could handle traffic fluctuations if we needed to provide water or ice,” Phillips said.