Precautionary Boil Water Alert Lifted in Hialeah

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    A precautionary boil water alert that had affected part of Hialeah since Dec. 21 was lifted Friday, officials said.

    The Hialeah Department of Public Works lifted and cancelled the boil water alert that had covered the area extending to West 60th Street to the south, the city limits to the north and the area west of the Palmetto Expressway, the city said in a news release.

    The alert had been issued due to low water pressure in the distribution system.

    Local, county and state officials have been working to resolve the problem, and all sample test results for the past two days were within the established limits, the city said.

    Hialeah's water meets or exceeds state and federal standards, the city said.

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