Boil water advisory lifted in Fayetteville

Boil water advisory lifted in Fayetteville

Boil water advisory lifted in Fayetteville

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Boil water advisory lifted in Fayetteville

Boil water advisory lifted in Fayetteville
Temperatures have mostly stayed below freezing for days.

“They had cleaned us out the initial night it started,” said manager Jason Buechner of the Carlie C’s IGA grocery in Eutaw Village Shopping Center. He ordered extra inventory to try to satisfy the demand.

“Tests have now confirmed [the] water meets safe drinking water standards,” says a news release from the Fayetteville Public Works Commission. “Water is safe to use for any purpose. With the advisory being lifted, PWC customers should flush the water lines in their home or business for a few minutes before using it for consumption. This is especially important for locations that have not been occupied or that have had low water usage during the advisory period.”

Hasty said she bought five cases of bottled water to give to her customers.


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