United Water spokesman Steve Goudsmith said New Jersey reservoirs are down to 45 percent capacity.
Hoboken residents were advised that they might experience low water pressure late Friday, after a water main ruptured.
The generators were supposed to provide a temporary fix after Superstorm Sandy flooded a sewage treatment plant, but they’re still cranking out power and noise.
A New Jersey businessman has admitted his role in a conspiracy to steal $100,000 in water, said Attorney Paul J. Fishman.
United Water spokesman Rich Henning said the man broke into the plant that treats and pumps water for the township of Manalapan. Workers heard cries for help coming from a pipe around 7 a.m. Friday.
United Water says the 12 inch water main broke on Route 17 South between Midland Avenue and Ridgewood Avenue.
The order was issued Wednesday in the Bergen Lafayette area after a water main broke.
Students in nearly a dozen schools were sent home early Wednesday due to a lack of water.
Crews were in the process Saturday morning of fixing a major water main break in Hoboken.
Dawn Zimmer said Wednesday that the city’s aging water infrastructure has been neglected for decades.
Friday’s leak happened at Park Avenue and 14th Street around the corner from where the 30-inch pipe was broken by a construction crew at around 11 a.m. Thursday.
Much of Hoboken was without water earlier Thursday after a contractor struck a 30-inch water main.
Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano said going private is Nassau’s best way out of staggering debt — the highest in the state. Nassau sewers, he said, are broken and polluting waterways.
A new study of the Woodcliff Lake reservoir found its flood gates are working properly after all.
It’s been nearly a week since Hurricane Irene ravaged New York City’s northern suburbs, and it’s still quite obvious to anyone who goes up and down the streets.