Content Tagged 'Kentucky American Water'

More Than 90 Percent Of Owen County Has Water Again
Kentucky American Water said more than 90 percent of Owen County customers have water again. Video Video
Update: Owen County Closer To Getting Running Water Back
Kentucky American Water says they're connecting a new pumping station and pipes into Owen County's pipe system Video Video
Water Company Explains Brown Water In Owen County
Kentucky American Water said some customers are reporting a brown coloring to their water in Owen County.
Kentucky American Still Working on Water Pipes in Owen Co.
Much of the town has been without running water for four days after a number of pipe bursts due to the cold weather. Video Video
Water Main Break Leaves Some Lexington Customers Without Water
Kentucky American Water said repairs are being made to a 30-inch waterline off Delong Road at Colliver Lane in rural Fayette County. Customers without service are being provided bottled water.
Update: Boil Water Advisory In Owenton Extended
A precautionary boil water advisory issued Tuesday for Kentucky American Water customers in Owenton was extended an additional 24-hours on Wednesday.
Water Main Breaks Near Harrodsburg Road in Lexington
Kentucky American Water says surrounding streets may have low water pressure, no water, or discolored or cloudy water. Video Video
Update: Kentucky American Water Says No Water Shortage in Fayette County
Kentucky American Water says a newer treatment plant in Owen County is helping keep up the water demands of Fayette County Video Video
Part Of Leestown Road Closed After Water Main Break
Part of Leestown Road in Lexington was closed off to traffic Wednesday night after a water main break. Video Video
KY American Water Rate Increase Before PSC Approval
Kentucky American Water customers could see their rates go up, even before the Public Service Commission gives its approval. The company says it has to raise rates to pay for expenses since 2010.
Kentucky American Water Requests 17.5% Rate Increase
Kentucky American Water, which serves Lexington and other communities, is asking for a rate increase that would raise average monthly residential bills by 17.5%.
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