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A boil order was issued for Odgen Dunes Thursday. The town says crews are repairing a water main break near Diana and Hillcrest roads.
Due to water main break on S. Marston @ Pine St. We experienced low pressure in our system. We are required to issue a Boil Water Notice to conform to the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) requirements for our public water system.
The entire Long Creek Township water supply is under a boil order until further notice, the Long Creek Water Department announced on Thursday.
10 hours ago
Health officials announced customers, who receive their water from the City of Raleigh, have been placed under a boil water notice. The water system issued the notice for 1,462 customers on Wednesday, August 10.
As a precaution, WSSC Water has issued a Boil Water Advisory (BWA) for customers in a portion of Montgomery County following a water main break Thursday evening on a 12-inch pipe that runs along MacArthur Boulevard in Cabin John/Glen Echo area. The precautionary BWA is affecting approximately... 2,200 customers who are in the Cabin John/Glen Echo area of Montgomery County.
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The City of Lefors says they have placed a boil water notice yesterday. The water boil was put into place because of a security breach of Lefors Municipal Water ground storage tank.
The Jenkinsville Water Company in Jenkinsville, SC has issued a boil water advisory for customers located in the intersection of Coleman Rd. and Road 99 throughout Shelton Community.
A water main that serves residents and businesses on portions of the south-central area of Flagler Beach broke on Friday, requiring several days of repairs and a boil-water notice for affected residents and businesses next week. Residents and businesses are advised to boil potable water starting on... Monday (Aug. 15) at 8 a.m., and continuing for 60 hours. Affected area: South Central between South 5th and 7th streets, and on South 6th Street and South 7th Street between South Central and State Road A1A.