PITTSFIELD, Maine — Water pressure difficulties at the town’s water works have been resolved, town officials said Monday.
Pittsfield Waterworks Superintendent Scott Noble said Monday that water issues stemming from a main break on Greeley Street on Saturday were back to normal.
Noble said tanks had to be refilled over the weekend after levels were extremely low.
“We’re good to go,” he said.
Residents had been advised to conserve water over the weekend while the problem was rectified.