JOHNSON CITY (WBNG) — The Village of Johnson City Water Department is advising residents of certain areas to boil their water before consuming. —– The water department says customers will be notified when they no longer need to boil their water. 1 P.M. UPDATE: The water department is advising residents to bring all water to a boil, let it boil for one minute, and let it cool before using. They also recommend using bottled water. Customers who live in the following areas should boil their water before consuming: The boiled or bottled water should be used for drinking, brushing teeth, washing dishes, food preparation and making ice. Tokos Grove RoadDellapenna DriveDellrose LaneReynolds Road between Tokos Grove and Pinewood BlvdOakdale Road – north of Overbrook RoadNelson RoadAetna Road between Oakdale and NelsonDeyo Hill Road — Between Reynolds Road and the Johnson City / Town of Dickinson line (added in 1 p.m. update)Columbia DriveDavid DriveEric DriveEric CourtEnid PlaceTamara LanePamela DriveWeymouth LaneMarlayne DriveChristina DriveMarian DriveAnna Maria DrivePenna RoadSan Marco DriveOakview DriveRose LaneLee CircleNadine WayDeborah DriveReynolds Road — Marian to East Maine Road (added in 1 p.m. update) For more information, please contact Robert Bennett, Director of Public Services at (607) 797-3031 or the Johnson City Water Department at (607) 797-2523. JOHNSON CITY (WBNG) — The village water department has removed several streets from the boil water advisory list. Please note the changes posted below. They say due to a water main break on Marian Drive and Christina Drive just off of Reynolds Road, certain areas became void of water.
“We are going to make sure that that is 100 per cent before we put him out there,” Nelson said about the knee, “so that’s going to be into the season before we are able to have him join us.”Porzingis suffered the injury in mid-August during the first round of the playoffs against the Los Angeles Clippers. He underwent surgery in early October to repair meniscus damage.Dallas’ plan is to be cautious with the 7ft 3in Porzingis to make sure there are no setbacks.- Advertisement – Dallas big man Kristaps Porzingis will miss the start of the 2020-21 season as he continues his recovery from knee surgery, Mavericks general manager Donnie Nelson has confirmed.Nelson said the team is targeting January 1 as the date when Porzingis will be cleared to begin on-court activities. The NBA regular season will begin December 22 but it isn’t yet known when Dallas will open the slate or approximately how many games Porzingis might miss.- Advertisement – Image:Porzingis averaged 20.4 points, 9.5 rebounds and 2.0 blocked shots in 57 games last season Also, Dallas starting big man Dwight Powell is expected to be ready for the regular season. Powell ruptured his right Achilles tendon in January and underwent surgery.“We are not going to rush, we are going to do it the right way, but we are pretty optimistic that he will be able to join us out of the gates,” Nelson said of Powell.Powell, 29, averaged 9.4 points and 5.7 rebounds in 40 games (37 starts) last season.Want to watch even more of the NBA and WNBA but don’t have Sky Sports? Get the Sky Sports Action and Arena pack, click here. “We are very, very particular about bringing him back at the right time,” Nelson said. “It’s not going to be a rush. We have got long-term vision when it comes to his rehab.” – Advertisement – Porzingis, 25, has been through the rehab process before. He suffered a torn ACL in his left knee in February 2018 when he was on the New York Knicks and missed the rest of that campaign and the entire 2018-19 season.He was traded to the Mavericks in 2019 while he was sitting out and played well in his first season with the club. He averaged 20.4 points, 9.5 rebounds and 2.0 blocked shots in 57 games.- Advertisement –
Dec 5, 2005 (CIDRAP News) – Ukraine has joined the ranks of Asian and Eurasian countries reporting the H5 strain of avian influenza in poultry, according to weekend news reports, and Indonesia’s eighth death from H5N1 has been confirmed.UkraineDomestic chickens and geese in Crimea died suddenly Friday, Russia’s Interfax news agency reported. The agency stated the number of birds at 1,500; a Bloomberg story gives the number as 2,500. The birds were in small villages on the Crimean Peninsula, which extends into the Black Sea in southern Ukraine.Tests have identified the cause as the H5 avian flu virus, but test results on samples sent to British and Italian laboratories are needed to determine whether the culprit is the H5N1 strain that is of international concern for its potential to cause a flu pandemic.Ukraine will use napalm to dispose of the birds’ carcasses, according to a Bloomberg story. Several tons of the agent were reportedly sent to Crimea. The birds died with “lightning speed,” with no signs of infection, a Crimean veterinary official told Bloomberg.The affected villages as well as areas within 3 kilometers were placed under quarantine, and all poultry in that area were to be destroyed, Agriculture Minister Olexander Baranivsky told Agence France-Presse (AFP). Live poultry sales have been banned.Pyotr Verbitsky, chief veterinary inspector in Ukraine, said the outbreak was near Sivash saltwater lake, along the migratory route of millions of migratory birds from Asia, according to AFP.IndonesiaThe 25-year-old woman who died late in Jakarta late last week has been confirmed by a World Health Organization (WHO)–affiliated laboratory in Hong Kong as having H5N1 avian influenza, says a Reuters report. That puts the number of deaths in Indonesia at eight, although at this writing the case has not yet been added to the WHO official numbers.The total number of confirmed human cases of H5N1 stands at 133, and the number of deaths, including this newly confirmed fatality, stands at 69.RomaniaIn other developments, Romanian officials confirmed yesterday that H5 avian flu had been confirmed in birds in Cioacile, a town in the eastern part of the country. The town is under quarantine, according to Chinese news agency Xinhua. This constitues the fourth outbreak in Romania since last Thursday. Samples from the infected birds are being sent to a laboratory in England for subtyping. Reuters reported that 8,000 birds were being culled in the area.VietnamA Reuters story today says that more than 900 ducks and chickens have died in the Cao Bang province of Vietnam, about 270 kilmeters north of Hanoi, and that close to 4,000 birds there have been destroyed. The cause was identified as H5 avian flu, but the subtype was not reported. The area borders the southern Chinese province of Guangxi.