Water service to be interrupted in Craig Beach

A boil alert has been issued for portions of Brookfield, Township.

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A reminder for some residents of Craig Beach to stock up on fresh water.

The Mahoning County Sanitary Department is scheduled to relocate a water line Monday and Tuesday, shutting off service to Denver Drive, Lundys Lane, Triumph Avenue and Woodland Avenue.

Residents on these streets will have temporary disruption of service between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. each day.

After service is restored, residents are urged to then boil water for cooking and drinking for at least 24 hours.

The water line is being moved to provide access for a storm sewer project.

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