Sunday, January 13, 2002

Boil-water advisory in Boone, Kenton over

        A boil-water advisory affecting Boone County residents and some in Kenton County was completely lifted Saturday by the Florence Water & Sewer Commission.

        The commission issued the advisory Thursday because of a waterline break that caused low water pressure for 22 percent of the commission's customers in most of Boone County.

        Kenton County customers in Edgewood, Elsmere, Crestview Hills and the Northern Kentucky Industrial Park also had to boil their water.

        The Kentucky Environmental Protection Agency OK'd the lifting of the advisory for most of those communities on Friday night. On Saturday, the agency said all affected residents no longer needed to boil water.


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