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NATICK – The Department of Public Works recommended the Town Administrator on behalf of the Select Board acting as Water Commissioners lift the mandatory water use restriction on nonessential outdoor use, effective September 29.

Natick DPW Director Jeremy Marsette made the recommendation on Monday, September 26.

The water ban was instituted on July 21, 2022.

Considering current water usage, cooler weather, rain forecasted this week, and the change of seasons, the Department can safely meet demand with current production levels without the need of a water use restriction.

“The water use restriction may be lifted effective September 29, 2022. However, we do encourage residents and businesses continue to utilize prudent measures to conserve water,” wrote the Natick DPW Director.

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