Update: Boil Water Advisory Lifted In Parts Of Estill County

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Reported by: Tom Kenny
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Updated: 1/15 7:41 pm
On Wednesday, January 15, 2014, the Estill County Water District lifted a boil water advisory for customers in the following areas:
  • Little Rock Road
  • Rosemont Road
  • Knob Lick
  • Clark Road
  • Locust School Branch
  • Upper Red Lick (down to Kissy Branch)
  • Rockaway
  • Sulphur Wells
  • Webb Road
  • Sandhill
  • Lincoln Farm
  • Blue Run
  • Drowning Creek Road
  • Possum Run Road
  • Tucky Lane
  • Blackburn Road
  • Rice Station
  • Whispering Woods
  • Winston
  • Turpin Road
  • Highway 52 from Conrad Estates
  • Substation
  • Maupin Hill
  • Newton Circle
  • Lower Red Lick up to Brad Mansfield
  • Hoys Fork
  • Lower Dug Hill
  • All Crooked Creek
  • Round Mountain
  • Churchhouse Hill
  • Stacy Lane
  • Pea Ridge
Customers in the above listed areas no longer have to boil water to be used for cooking, eating or drinking.
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