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The boil water advisory in Livonia has been lifted, the city's department of public works announced Sunday morning.

 

The Great Lakes Water Authority , the region’s water supplier, notified the city that all water sample tests, from the first and second round of testing, indicated no bacterial contamination from the loss of water pressure that was detected in the city's water distribution system due to water authority's water supply transmission system issues on Feb. 22,  according to a statement issued by the city.  

In fact, no bacterial contamination was ever detected. But the boil water alert was issued from an "abundance of caution" after water pressure dropped. 

Great Lakes Water Authority is the water supplier for suburban Metro Detroit. 
 
 

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