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Boil Water Advisory Lifted, KY-76 & Denver Coe Rd, Kentucky 42642, USA

1 week ago

42642 Kentucky, United States

The boil water advisory for Highway 76 from Scales Foley Road over to Highway 80, including Denver Cove Road, has been lifted.

Source: twitter.com
Published: 2022-09-15

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