Two area boil advisories have been lifted in our area. The Maysville Regional Water District says the boil advisory has been lifted for Potts Lane, Ridge Road, Coopermill Road, Old Coopermill Road and all side streets. The Village of Crooksville announced Friday that it also lifted its Boil Advisory for China Street.
A large portion of the Maysville Regional Water District is under a boil advisory.
Due to a water main break residents of Potts Lane, Coopermill Road, Old Coopermill Road, Ridge Road, Lent Road, Meadow Farm Church Road and side connecting roads should boil their water until further notice.
The Village of Somerset has issued a boil advisory for some of its customers. Officials say it is due to a new water line installation for the Fancy Hill project. The boil advisory remains in effect until further notice. The advisory is for the Fancy Hill area only. If you have any questions you can call the water plant at 740 743-1986.
The Village of Somerset has issued a boil advisory on Monday. Officials indicate it is due to a new water line installation from 233 North Columbus Street to State Route 757, including residents on State Route 757. The boil advisory remains in effect until further notice. If you have any questions call the water plant at 740 743-1986.
The Village of South Zanesville has lifted its boil advisory. Earlier this week a water line break caused the problem that affected the Kackley Addition. Village Administrator Danny Wiseman says he thanks residents for their understanding and cooperation.
The Village of South Zanesville has issued a boil alert for some of its customers. Village Administrator Danny Wiseman says due to a water line break the following customers must boil their water before consumption: Kackley Addition, which includes Beechrock Drive, Popular Avenue, Williams Street, Grandview Avenue, Halley Avenue. Sally Drive, Overlook Drive, Oak Street, Sandy Lane, Albert Drive, Hazel Avenue, Marshdale Road and Old River Road. The Village says it will inform the public when...
The Muskingum County Water Department has lifted the boil advisory that was in effect for its Southeast customers. It was put into effect on Friday November 18th and affected customers who get blue bills.