Sunrise Saturday signaled good news for Columbia because the downtown water treatment plant began taking in more water than it pumped into the flood-ravaged water system. Repairs to the canal are slowing down because the aging canal is fragile, a state official said.
Sunrise Saturday signaled good news for Columbia because the downtown water treatment plant began taking in more water than it pumped into the flood-ravaged water system. Repairs to the canal are slowing down because the aging canal is fragile, a state official said. CLIF LeBLANC cleblanc@thestate.com
Sunrise Saturday signaled good news for Columbia because the downtown water treatment plant began taking in more water than it pumped into the flood-ravaged water system. Repairs to the canal are slowing down because the aging canal is fragile, a state official said. CLIF LeBLANC cleblanc@thestate.com

Water safe for 30,000 customers; downtown plant more stable

October 10, 2015 02:23 PM

UPDATED October 11, 2015 09:20 AM

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