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ELLA JOHNSON ARTICLE ABOUT NEW POSITION May 20 2019 article

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IS IT TRUE last week it was announced that the Evansville Water & Sewer Utility Department named a new communications director, whose role is to inform the public about the millions of dollars worth of upgrades projects citywide?  …Ella Johnson-Watson has been part of Mayor Winnecke’s communications staff since he took office, has moved to the Evansville Water & Sewer Utility Department?  …her salary is now being paid by the Water and Sewer Utility department budget and we wouldn’t be surprised that Ms. Johnson-Watson didn’t receive a hefty salary increase when she accepted this new position? …about seven (7) years ago the City-County Observer had a disagreement with Ella Johnson-Watson concerning an embargo news issue?  …ever since that disagreement, we have received very few news articles from the Mayor’s office? …starting today we are going to make sure that we receive every news release generated by the Evansville Water and Sewer Department new Communications Director?

East Side Evansville boil advisory lifted

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EVANSVILLE, Ind. — The precautionary boil advisory issued for much of Evansville’s East Side Thursday has been lifted.

Evansville Water and Sewer Utility officials said the advisory was lifted Sunday morning.

The exact areas covered by the boil advisory, according to the Utility, were:

  • East of Green River Road and west of Burkhardt Road, south of the Lloyd Expressway and north of Lincoln Avenue;
  • South of Hirsch Road and north of Newburgh Road, east of Burkhardt Road to the Vanderburgh-Warrick County Line, just east of I-69;
  • South of Outer Lincoln Avenue and north of Newburgh Road, east of the Vanderburgh-Warrick County Line to Grimm Road in Warrick County.

EWSU said results of the samples collected from the affected area have revealed no evidence of contamination.

According to the Utility, the water issues were caused by an equipment failure about 1:40 p.m. Thursday at a job site near Outer Lincoln Avenue and Martin Road.

City water customers on the East Side reported low or no water pressure Thursday afternoon.

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