PHOENIX- There is still no word on whether Phoenix's 1.4 million residents can stop boiling their water. City and Maricopa County officials have been meeting since just after 10 a.m. Wednesday morning, evaluating and reviewing the test results that are expected to show that the city's water supply is safe to drink. However, no statement about those findings has been released. Phoenix officials had said Tuesday that they expected the county to lift the boil-water mandate around noon, but city spokeswoman said she had not received the go-ahead as yet.
Wednesday, January 26, 2005
Latest on water- Boil order still in effect as of 12:15
"Last update - 12:15 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 26: City and county officials are continuing to meet and are reviewing water test results. We will continue to keep you posted." The delay in a statement is not inspiring confidence...