The new water softening system for Huber Heights water has been turned on. It is a membrane filtering system, not a salt system, and is currently producing softened water. It may take a few days for the softened water to get through the entire system before full softening levels are achieved.
If you do not have a water softener in your home, then you do not need to do anything, and you should slowly start to notice the difference in the water.
If you currently use a water softener, it is likely set at 22 gpg in order to get the water to zero. The newly softened water is reduced down to 7 gpg, and you should adjust your in-home water softener accordingly if you still desire 0 gpg. You could also bypass your in-home softener for a week or so to see if the system water is now to your liking. In any case, make sure to adjust your softener if you maintain using it to avoid excessive salt and water use due to the newly softened water in the system.