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Boil order lifted for Milan homeowners

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Updated January 10, 2014 —

A spokesperson from Cropper’s Waters system said the boil order for all homeowners on Cropper’s Subdivisions Association was lifted on Friday, January 10, 2014.

Updated January 8, 2014 —

The water main break has been repaired and all households reportedly got their water back at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday, January 8.

Residents are still under the boil order. A spokesperson from Cropper’s Water system said the boil order will remain in effect until lab tests show the water is safe.

It is expected that the order will be lifted “as early as Saturday,” January 11.

Original story published Sunday, January 5, 2014 at 6:33 p.m. —

A boil order has been issued for some homeowners south of the Milan area.

According to a spokesperson from Cropper’s Water System in Coyne Center, a boil order was issued Sunday, January 5, 2014 for all homeowners on Cropper’s Subdivisions Association. The order is in effect until further notice.

The break happened on 16th Street in Coyne Center near the water tower. Water has reportedly not been shut off to any homes.

A spokesperson said that low water pressure on Saturday evening indicated that a break may have occurred. It was confirmed on Sunday.

Repairs will reportedly begin on Monday at the earliest when equipment becomes available.

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