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Boil water notice continues for Oldsmar

OLDSMAR

Boil water notice continues for city

A boil water notice remains in effect for all city residents until further notice after part of the city's main water transmission line along Forest Lakes Boulevard split in two about midnight Wednesday.

City officials say a rolling boil of one minute will be sufficient to kill any bacteria that might be present in water used for cooking or drinking.

When water samples show no harmful bacteria for two days in a row, the boil water notice will be lifted.

For updates, go to www.ci.oldsmar.fl.us, watch Oldsmar's cable channel at Bright House 615, Knology 15 and Verizon 43, or call the city's water division at (813) 749-1226 or (813) 433-8131.

Boil water notice continues for Oldsmar 03/07/08 [Last modified: Friday, March 7, 2008 8:43pm]
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