Clallam Bay boil-water advisory lifted

CLALLAM BAY — Clallam Bay customers now have dependable, potable water after a boil-water advisory was lifted on Wednesday.

Tests of water samples came back clean after water service was restored to the community on Tuesday.

Running water had been cut off due to a massive landslide between Clallam Bay and Sekiu during the Nov. 15 storms.

A bypass pipeline was constructed around the landslide by the Clallam County Public Utility District, which had arranged for water to be trucked into town while service was suspended.

State Department of Transportation crews are working on clearing the landslide, which still has Neah Bay cut off. No date has been given for when the state Highway 112 will be cleared.

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