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The Department of Health has released the 'Boil Water' Notice confirmed on 6/24/2019 8:54:59 AM by Josh Moore for the SOUTH PART OF THE WASHINGTON WATER AUTHORITY SYSTEM AROUND THE AREAS OF ILLINOIS CHAPEL ROAD, HIGHWAY 265 SOUTH, HOGEYE ROAD, COVE CREEK ROAD, CENTERPOINT CHURCH ROAD, ALL OF EVANSVILLE AREA, ALL AREAS from hogeye south to the county line including strickler, all areas around highway 156 from hogeye to west fork including highway 170 south, union starr road, winn creek road, all of sugar mountain area, all of the southeast phase 1 project including highway 74 to devil’s den, brentwood mountain road, signal hill and all areas around to the crawford county line, all of the southeast phase 2 project, including sunset road, whitehouse road, the health tower area in madison county, brannon mountain road, hazel valley and all surrounding roads in those areas, and the area east of west fork including low gap and mineral springs areas.This order was issued as a precautionary measure because of the possibility that contaminated water may have entered the distribution system as a result of complete loss in normal system pressure.

Bacteriological samples taken on Thursday, June 27, 2019 were found to be free of bacterial contamination and a satisfactory disinfectant level has been established throughout the distribution system. The water is therefore considered 'Safe' for human consumption and the 'Boil Water' notice is hereby lifted.