Boil Water Advisory For Parts Of Lincoln County

Reported by: Tom Kenny
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Updated: 11/20/2012 4:09 pm
A boil water advisory was issued Tuesday, November 20, 2012, for an estimated 250 customers of the McKinney Water District in Lincoln County.

The advisory was issued due to a water main break.

Customers who live along the following are under the advisory:
  • Albert Schuler Road
  • Highway 643
  • Highway 1948
  • Highway 1781
Water officials said any roads leading off of the above mentioned roads or highways are under the boil water advisory until further notice.

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

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