Mandatory water rationing ends in Seabrook
Seabrook is no longer under water restrictions, but is still asking residents to voluntarily conserve water.
The city has rescinded stage one of its drought contingency plan, which had been in effect since last month.
Mayor Gary Renola credited the change to a combination of recent rain and residents adhering to the water restrictions.
"That stemmed it," Renola said.
Yet Renola emphasized that residents should be careful with using water. He is recommending voluntary conservation.
"We haven't had anything that's put out of the drought," Renola said. "Everybody's behind. It just makes sense to continue to be frugal."
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