Some Idaho Springs residents are concerned that the city’s emergency-notification system did not work properly to alert them about a four-day boil-water order that was lifted June 18.
The residents told the Courant they never received phone calls about the order, which was enacted as a precautionary measure after the city’s water-treatment system lost pressure June 13. Residents and businesses were told not to use water for drinking, brushing teeth or food preparation.
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