After experiencing a brief drop in water flow Monday morning, Larchmont residents are once again enjoying the steady flow to which they are accustomed. Mayor Josh Mandell said the weak flow lasted about half an hour as residents were getting ready for work. Four people called city offices to report the problem. He said the issue stemmed from high demand, not any problems with the village’s infrastructure.
“It basically serves as a reminder to our residents to conserve water, to set their sprinklers at night instead of in the morning,” Mandell said.
He added the water level did not drop far enough to endanger appliances or emergency services.