Marlboro Offering Non-Potable Water at Vanderburg Complex
Residents with well-water are urged to fill a bathtub now.
Marlboro Township is urging residents to stock up on water now, before the storm hits its height.
While many grocery stores may be out of stock, some residents are telling Patch on its Facebook page that liquor stores in the area may have supplies.
"While back-up systems are in place to ensure that water services remain uninterrupted during the storm, the Red Cross advises that all residents take extra precaution and have bottled water available," Mayor Jon Hornik told residents in an email notifcation. "For those residents with well-water, it is strongly suggested that you fill a bathtub with water."
The township will have a water truck for non-drinkable water at the Vanderburg Road Soccer Complex, which will be for sanitary purposes only. Residents must bring their own containers to transport water.
The station will be available only after the worst of the storm has passed, residents are encouraged to stay off the road during high winds and rain.
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