Cocoa Beach Mayor Announces Lift Stations Repaired, Sewer Plant Is Now Operational
By Space Coast Daily // September 12, 2017
water station at Cocoa Beach High School
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.
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