During his weekly news conference, Jackson Mayor Chokwe Antar Lumumba said water pressure remains near its goal, but water levels in some tanks have dropped.
That could leave the system vulnerable to a loss in pressure if a setback were to occur at the O.B. Curtis Water Treatment Plant, Lumumba said.
“We are happy to report that all Jackson residents should have experienced normal pressure at this point. I leave that with the caveat that there could be some individual homes or businesses that have an issue that needs to be resolved at that point or at that location,” Lumumba said.