At least one resident petitioning for city water service is concerned about low water levels and water quality.
SHELBY, Mich. (WZZM) -- The Village of Shelby, along with the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality, has canceled the boil water advisory put into effect Thursday.
A boil water advisory was put into effect on Thursday because of coliform bacteria found in the tap water supply. The advisory applied to all water used for drinking and cooking.
The village took corrective measures to improve the water and follow-up sampling showed no trace of the bacteria, leaving it to conclude that the water was once again safe to use.
For more information, contact Village Superintendent Randy Phillips at 231-861-2500.