Boil Water Advisory issued for parts of Knox County

boil water advisory

KNOX COUNTY, Ky. (WTVQ) – A boil water advisory has been issued for some customers in Knox County, according to The Mountain Advocate Newspaper.

The newspaper reports the Knox County Utility Commission issued the advisory for all of its water customers on Highway 225, starting at Gregory Branch and extending to the end of Kay Jay Road. It is also for customers on Highways 92, 1809 and 459. It reports this includes: Mackey Bend, New Hope Church Road, Owens Branch and KY 779, Miller Town, Crabtree Court, Logan Branch, Flat Creek Road, Hubbs Hollow Road and Granny Rose Hollow.

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According to the newspaper, the advisory is due to a water leak repair performed by Corbin City Utilities. It reports this affected the water in the areas above.

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