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Rachel Baldwin


rbaldwin@civitasmedia.com


PIKEVILLE, Ky. - Boil water advisories for the following locations have now been lifted, according to Grondall Potter, general manager of the Mountain Water District:


U.S. 23 from the mouth of Lick Branch to the Letcher County Line including all side hollows; from the intersection at Velocity Market on U.S. Highway 119 at Hardy, along U.S. 119, Route 319 and Route 1056 including Turkey Toe, Blackberry, Ransom, Dials Branch, Hatfield Branch; all of Blackberry including the side hollows, and Route 319 to the intersection of Old House Branch, Middle Fork, Blue Springs and all side hollows; and Shelby Dry Fork from house No. 45 to house No. 632.


McVeigh from Ball Fork extending along Route 1056 and along Route 199 to the end of the line; higher elevations on Route 805 to the intersection of Route 805 and Route 197, along Route 197 toward Elkhorn City to house No. 1556 and all side hollows; and at Myra from the intersection of Route 610 and Route 805 to the Teco Preparation Plant, including Beefhide Hollow.


Long Fork of Virgie from house No. 5354 to No. 9363, including all side hollows; from the intersection of Highway 611 and U.S. Highway 23 to the foot of the mountain; along U.S. Highway 119 at the Appalachian Plaza to the intersection of Route 199 including Belfry, Aflex, Black Gem, Forest Hills and Jerry Bottom; along Route 199 to McVeigh, including all side hollows in Stone, McAndrews and the Pinsonfork area; Widow’s Branch from house # 243 to the intersection at Stopover, extending along Route 194 to Majestic and along Route 194 to Hurricane; all of Pecco Hollow, and from house No. 50257 on Route 194 at Stopover to house No. 47536, as well as Route 194 at Majestic and all side hollows.

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