NEENAH, WI (WTAQ) - Neenah water officials say that should safe samples come back Thursday and Friday from the water main, they will start to turn residents' water one, one-by-one, on Friday.
The water was first shut off Monday for part of S. Commercial Street after tests continued to show bacteria in the water.
As the 30 addresses are turned on, crews will be flushing the service lines, installing new water meters, doing a cross-connection inspection, and taking a water sample for testing. It will take about one hour at each residence.
However, the "boil water notice" will not be lifted until each address passes one safe water sample test. It will be lifted for those addresses that pass the water sample.Officials say you must contact the Water Utility to make an appointment to turn on the water. Every property must be inspected, and the water will not be turned on without an appointment.
Call (920) 886-6190 by Thursday, August 8, 2013 to schedule an appointment between 7:00 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. on Friday.