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City of Madison Water Department Issuing Boil Water Advisory Due to Water Main Break This Morning

All water intended for consumption should be boiled 3-5 minutes.

                                            
 

(Madison, Ind.) - Due to a water main break Tuesday morning, June 30, 2020 on Locust Street. 
 

The City of Madison Water and Sewage Dept. has issued a boil water advisory for the affected areas for at least 24 hours.  The areas affected will be Pinehurst Avenue, Beech Grove, Maple,Strader,Locust Streets, Whits Lane, Wolf and Fox Trails, Adams Drive and Green Rd west of Maple Street to Adams Drive.

Those who experience low to no water pressure are advised to boil water intended for consumption over the next 24 hours.  Water used for consumption must be boiled for 3-5 minutes.  For dishwashing in private residences, a few drops of bleach per gallon of water will also provide adequate disinfection.

The Water and Sewer Department apologizes for any inconvenience this may cause.

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