Boil Water Advisory For Parts Of Garrard County

Reported by: Tom Kenny
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Updated: 8/01/2012 12:01 am
The Garrard County Water Association has issued a boil water advisory for customers who live along and off of Highway 954, including Gabbard Road, Copper Creek Road and White Lick Road.

Affected customers should boil water to be used for cooking or drinking for at least three minutes until further notice.

The move was necessary after Berea Municipal Utilities issued a boil water advisory Monday evening because of a valve problem.

The affected customers in Garrard County get their water from Berea Municipal Utilities.
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