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September 10, 2011 (San Diego's East County) -- The County of San Diego, Department of Environmental Health (DEH) has issued additional Boil Water Orders and Public Notifications effective immediately for the following locations in Potrero, Santa Ysabel, Tecate, Julian, Lakeside and Campo:



Campo Alternative School located at, 31360 Dewey Place, Campo, CA 91906
Campo Elementary School located at 1654 Buckman Springs Road, Campo, CA 91906
El Capitan Reservoir Recreation Area located at 16850 El Monte Road, Lakeside, CA 92040
Highland East Trailer Park located at 39375 Old Hwy 80, Boulevard, CA 91905
Julian Oaks Youth Ministries located at 1298 Hwy 78, Julian, CA 92036
Muir Industries located at 441 Tecate Road, Tecate, CA 91980
Potrero Elementary School located at 24875 Potrero Valley Road, Potrero, CA 91963
San Luis Rey Picnic Ground located at Hwy 76, Santa Ysabel, CA 92070


Due to the recent power outage, these public water systems lost pressure in the water distribution system. As a precaution, Boil Water Orders are being issued until laboratory results show the water is free from bacterial contamination. The Boil Water Orders will remain in effect until the distribution systems have been disinfected and samples confirm the absence of bacteria in the water supply.


Get details from the Centers for Disease Control on what you should know about keeping you water safe during a boil-water order here:


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