Boil Water Advisory For Parts Of Estill County Lifted

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Reported by: Tom Kenny
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Updated: 8/01/2013 3:21 pm
A boil water advisory for parts of Estill County was lifted Thursday, August 1, 2013.

Customers no longer have to boil water for cooking and drinking in the following affected areas:
  • Barnes Mountain
  • Sugar Hollow
  • Old Landing
  • McKee Road
  • Lynch Road
  • Grace Chapel Road
  • Wagersville Road
  • Eli Sparks Road
  • Doe Creek Road
  • Little Doe Creek
  • Middle Fork
  • Jakes Heavenly Highway from Murphy's Ford Road to the lower end of Red Lick Road
All of the above mentioned areas are south of Irvine.
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