WICS Newschannel 20 reports that a water leak left several Pleasant Plains residents without water this morning. The issue is impacting residents living on Hawthorn Street between Chestnut and Aspen. Village officials told WICS that the problem will hopefully get fixed by 1 p.m. Village officials also said even when the water leak is fixed, those residents on Hawthorn Street will be under a boil order until further notice.
The City of Jacksonville Municipal Utility Department has lifted the boil order for Finley Street from Lafayette Avenue to Elm Street and on Elm Street from Finley Street to Webster.
A Boil Order has been issued for the town of Barrow in Greene County until further notice.
Boil Order for all Scottville Rural Water customers is lifted effective immediately.
A Boil Order has been issued until further notice along Highway 24 from north west Cross Street to Oak Street in Mount Sterling.
All water customers in Bluffs are under a Boil Order until further notice.
The Village of South Jacksonville has LIFTED the Boil Order for water customers in Scott County on Phillips Ferry Road from Hoots Road up to and including Route 100.
A boil order has been issues for the entire Pleasant Plains Water District until further notice due to a substantial decrease in water pressure. Although water service has been restored, the boil order will be in effect until the EPA returns test results.