Boil water notice lifted for White Pigeon

White Pigeon village officials over the weekend lifted a boil-water notice that had been in effect more than two weeks.
Municipal officials had notified residents Jan. 7 that the presence of coliform bacteria had been detected in the water supply. Since then, they were urging residents to boil water before use or use bottled water.
White Pigeon Department of Public Works water operator Earl Baldwin said the village’s water system finally tested negative two days in a row, allowing the boil-water advisory to be lifted.

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  1. What caused the bacterial infiltration? Dead birds like before?

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