A boil water advisory for residents in the Harmony area will also impact students at the Seneca Valley Secondary campus.
Harmony Borough Water Authority informed our newsroom Thursday evening about a water line break that occurred earlier in the day at the intersection of Nickle Street and Meadowbrook Lane near the Jackson Township and Harmony Borough boundary.
As a result, a boil water advisory has been issued for Harmony Borough Water Authority customers located to the east of Interstate 79 and on Meadowbook Lane, Precision Drive, Evergreen Mill Road, Smith Avenue, Hartmann Road, Senns Way, Evans City Road, and Wahl Road until further notice. Once the leak has been repaired, the system will be flushed thoroughly and the water will be sampled.
The Seneca Valley Secondary campus was also impacted by this break leading district administrators to decide that students in grades 7 through 12 will move to full remote instruction today (Friday). This decision does not impact students in the elementary grades.