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Boil water notice rescinded for part of Port Richey

PORT RICHEY – A boil water notice issued Thursday for part of Port Richey has been rescinded, officials said Monday.

The precautionary order affected 55 homes on the east side of Quist and Berlin drives after a main break.

Officials said tests on the water came back clear, so it is safe to drink.

Boil water notice rescinded for part of Port Richey 08/05/13 [Last modified: Monday, August 5, 2013 8:18am]
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