Johnson, Lafayette and Saline Counties no longer under mandatory boil advisory

| August 23, 2017
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MISSOURI — Residents of a trio of Missouri counties can safely consume tap water again, according to a release from the Consolidated Water District No. 2 of Lafayette, Johnson and Saline Counties.

Residents in those counties who noticed little or no water pressure were placed on a mandatory boil advisory Monday. That advisory has now been lifted.

Tammie Winter, Water Supply District Manager, said in a press release Wednesday that water is safe to consume once again for residents who were impacted by the advisory.

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