Lancaster Businesses Boiling Water

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Updated: 2/09/2012 11:56 pm
A boil water advisory continues in Lancaster and the Garrard County Water Association.

It started with a water main break, Wednesday night. It's an incovenience for a lot of people, but especially for anyone who runs a restaurant. For the people at Godfather's Pizza, they have to stop making ice. And there's more.

"We also have to buy bottled sodas and bottled water so that we can use it to serve our customers," said Jean Gentry of Godfather's Pizza. "And the other precaution is we have to get sanitizers and put in the bathrooms and for our employees to use, because although we can use the water to wash our dishes because it goes through the dishwasher and the water gets hot enough, we cannot use it to cook with."

The bar is not affected, because it uses mostly soda water.
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