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City of Beaumont Mayor's Statement

 
September 3rd, 2017  01:31
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When the City of Beaumont lost water supply in the early morning hours of August 31, our water utilities staff began working around the clock to resotre water to our citizens. Tiger Industries responded quickly with pumps and they have extended new lines to the water plant. ExxonMobil, Echo Construction, and Jefferson County Drainage District 6 have also been extremely helpful. Six pumps are now in place refilling water to the plant, where it is being treated prior to being pumped to the City.

There will be periodic interuptions in water service as well as changes in water pressure throughout the plant startup process. Once water pressure is restored, it is imperative to follow the guidelines of the boil water notice.

It is important to remember that this is a temporary solution until the water along the Neches River reces and damage to the two water intake facilities can be assessed. Thank you very much for your patience during this historical event.

Mayor Becky Ames

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