The town of Ontario in Wayne County is no longer on boil water advisory as of Tuesday morning.

UPDATE:

The town of Ontario in Wayne County is no longer on boil water advisory as of Tuesday morning.

The advisory was issued over the weekend following a water main break near the entrance of the Ginna Nuclear Power Plant.

On Tuesday, the Department of Health confirmed that tests showed no evidence of bacteria in the water.

ORIGINAL:

Officials, on Monday, are still advising those living in the town of Ontario in Wayne County to continue boiling any water before using it.

The advisory was issued over the weekend following a water main break near the entrance of the Ginna Nuclear Power Plant.

Some businesses decided to close up shop until the issue is resolved. However, places that decided to stay open are being force to take a number of extra precautions to do so.

Lunch today is operating a bit differently as staff at Charlie Riedel's juggle customers and no tap water.

"I have four pots of water boiling right now," stated Manager of Charlie Riedel's, Emma Soanes.

The biggest impact by Charlie's is being felt by the out-of-service fountain drinks typically served with lunches.

Soanes says, "Bottles we only do for to go orders and we are flying through them because we obviously can't use the machines because they use water."

As bottled beverages fly off the shelves, pots of water are being boiled around the clock.

"I'm going back every 15 minutes to take a pot off and put another back on. It's been hard during lunch to make sure we have water,"stated Soanes.

Going through similar strains is the Wayne Central School District. Fountains in the building are bagged up while bottled water is stocked and ice machines are now empty.

"We've been boiling water continuously since yesterday so we have water for people to wash their hands in. Any food being prepared with water, it's boiled water," stated Amy Gebhardt , public information specialist of Wayne Central School District.

The precautions necessary are all boiling down to potential bacteria that could have entered the drinking supply after the water main break over the weekend.

Superintendent of water utilities in Ontario Adam Cummings says, "Right now we've been able to secure the entire system. It's stable. We've been able to disinfect everything."

Two rounds of testing is done and looks good but that advisory won't be lifted until the second round of testing result confirms that Tuesday.