Boil water advisory lifted in all of Oakland County except for…

FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich. – The boil water advisory that affected 12 Oakland County communities was lifted Sunday in all areas except for parts of northwest Farmington Hills.

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The advisory was lifted for Commerce Township, Orchard Lake Village, Walled Lake, West Bloomfield Township, Wixom and Novi.

The remaining advisory is expected to be lifted Monday.

There was a loss of water pressure Friday night for a couple of hours due to a malfunction in a pressure regulating valve operated by the Oakland County Water Resources Commissioner at Halsted and 14 Mile roads.

Below is a map of the areas affected by the extension.

Crews repaired the water main along 14 Mile Road between Drake and Farmington roads after it broke during a brief power outage at the GLWA west service center.

The boil water advisory blocked water to more than 50,000 homes. Officials said the number was down to 35,604 Wednesday during repairs.

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