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Creek issues Water Quality Report

Coconut Creek’s Public Services Department began distributing copies of the 2008 Water Quality Report this week. The Water Quality Report is an annual publication designed to inform Coconut Creek residents about where their tap water comes from, contaminant and chemical testing results from the latest full calendar year and information regarding health concerns.

The report, a four-page, full color brochure, will be mailed to Coconut Creek and Parkland residents who receive city of Coconut Creek water. The area south of Coconut Creek Parkway, known as South Creek, receives water services from the city of Margate. There will be copies of the report available at City Hall, 4800 W. Copans Road; Utilities and Engineering Administration Building, 5295 Johnson Road; and the Recreation Complex, 4455 Sol Press Blvd. Additionally, the report is available on the City’s web page,

For more information about the 2008 Water Quality Report, please contact Coconut Creek’s Utilities and Engineering Department at (954) 956-1489.


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Alyssa Cutter covers Margate and Coconut Creek for 'The Forum'. Born and raised in South Florida, she earned a dual degree in multimedia journalism and arts and humanities from Florida Atlantic University in May 2011...


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