Cocoa Beach Mayor Announces Lift Stations Repaired, Sewer Plant Is Now Operational

By  //  September 12, 2017

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water station at Cocoa Beach High School

Cocoa Beach officials announced that the lift stations have been repaired and the sewer plant is operational. (City of Cocoa Beach image)

BREVARD COUNTY • COCOA BEACH, FLORIDA – Cocoa Beach officials announced that the lift stations have been repaired and the sewer plant is operational.

City officials said that Cocoa Beach residents can use their toilets, but need a source of water to replace after flushing. Water service has not yet been restored and pools are a source of water for flushing toilets.

“Great job Cocoa Beach first responders and city public works/staff, some sewer lift stations have power; others on generator – these folks are amazing,” said Cocoa Beach Mayor Ben Malik via social media.

“Water service issues are ongoing with the City of Cocoa, anticipate addressing all issues in 24-48 hours.”

Malik also said there will be a water station at the Cocoa Beach High School east parking lot – one case per car.

Due to many Cocoa Beach residents not having access to computers and electricity, the City will be posting updates in local businesses.

“Great job Cocoa Beach first responders and city public works/staff, some sewer lift stations have power; others on generator – these folks are amazing,” said Cocoa Beach Mayor Ben Malik via social media. (Ben Malik image)

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