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The City of Milford released information to the public stating that on Tuesday, January 7, 2014 the City will be performing start up testing of the Washington Street pump station in downtown Milford which will require a significant amount of water to fill the pump station. The City anticipates this will result in discolored water for the users in the area.

“While it should dissipate within a few hours, we strongly encourage users to refrain from doing laundry, especially whites, or any other activity that may be impacted by the discolored water,” stated City officials. “We appreciate your understanding and will make every effort to minimize any negative impact that may result.”

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