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    Thanks to TheWryRecord for checking on the actual water levels. Would've seemed to be something the City should have done and reported along with notification that the "emergency" is still in place. Also, would be nice to know what level of water means that there is no longer an emergency. Right now, it's whatever the water company says - and that can be variable. Nice control over the City if you can get it.


    As far as the water emergency there seems to be some relief on the way. A simple communication to Suez water yielded the following:

    In September 2016 the levels were Greenwich system 33.3% & Stamford System 25.3% These are the two main reservoir systems that SUEZ receives water from.

    As of 3/20/17 the current reservoir levels are Greenwich System 85.4% (normal this time of year 100% full), Stamford System 75.9% (normal this time of year 95% full).

    According to Suez the outside watering restrictions (sprinklers) may soon be lifted.

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