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NEW INFORMATION: Five Mile water conservation request lifted

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SPOKANE, Wash.- The city of Spokane lifted its water conservation request in Five Mile at 8pm. The city of Spokane Water Department reports that power has been restored to the Five Mile water booster station. Crews have refilled the reservoir that serves Five Mile, and water pressure is restored.

Dan Kegley, the city of Spokane's Water Department Director said, "Our thanks go out to the citizens of Five Mile for their patience and to Avista Utilities for their assistance.”

After the severe storm that blew through Saturday night the power was knocked out to Five Mile water booster station, necessitating the need for water conservation. Crews put in a generator but said it wasn't enough to power all the pumps. But again, the city of Spokane has lifted its water conservation request.

 

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