State officials clear Donaldsonville water for consumption
Donaldsonville - Saturday morning officials gave the go ahead for residents to begin drinking the city's tap water again.
Mayor Leroy Sullivan told News Two he plans to send out a reverse 911 emergency message to all citizens.
The Department of Health and Hospitals put a halt to people drinking the city's water after reports of elevated levels of chlorine dioxide were found, earlier this week.
Sullivan said chlorine levels are normal now.
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