Water Problems in Ingersoll

Written by Kevin Limiti

The water supply on the east side of Ingersoll Hall was shut down for a short time on August 29th because of a broken water line that flooded the courtyard between Ingersoll Hall and Ingersoll Extension, according to the office of Facilities Planning and Operations.

An email announcement warned of possible air or sedimentary discoloration of the water when running at first, but assured Brooklyn College students that it was safe and would be clean within a few minutes of it running

Brooklyn College student were advised in the same email to notify the college by phone extension x5885 if any problems, such as no water service or continually low water pressure occurred. They also warned that there may be some interruption in water service while the college conducted its repairs.

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Kevin Limiti is the News Editor for the Brooklyn College Vanguard. He is a reporter and photographer with credits in the Brooklyn Eagle, NY1, Occupy.com, Able News, and other outlets. He enjoys writing novels and playing guitar in his spare time.