Monday, January 29, 2001

Lockland residents do without water

        LOCKLAND — Some residents continued to be without water service Sunday following a major water-main break.

        The main waterline that serves almost the entire village burst at 10 p.m. Saturday, causing flooding at North Cooper and Pershing avenues.

        A boil-water advisory was in effect Sunday. Residents who had water service restored were urged to boil all water before using it.

        Lockland owns and operates an independent water company, one of only three communities in Hamilton County to do so. The majority of communities use the Cincinnati Water Works.


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