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Parts of Maryville placed under boil advisory

A boil advisory has been issues for parts of Maryville.

Posted: Jul 12, 2018 12:05 PM

(MARYVILLE, Mo.)- A boil advisory has been issues for parts of Maryville. 

According to a Facebook post by Maryville city manager Greg McDanel, the advisory generally pertains to areas between W. 3rd Street to W. 1st Street from Munn to Dunn. 

A boil advisory has been issues for parts of Maryville. 

Water service will be off in this area until approximately 4 p.m. Thursday to allow for repairs. 

Once the repairs are complete, an advisory will remain in place until further notice. Staff will attemtp to expedite test results to allow lifting prior to the weekend. 

A boil advisory is a precautionary measure to alert customers there is a potential for comprised water quality. It is recommended that customers boil all water used in preparation of food and beverage for consumption for approximately 2 minutes.

A boil order is a confirmation of contamination in the system and boiling is essential to ensure the safety of the consumer.

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Today will be another comfortable and mild day with mostly sunny skies. Temperatures today will warm into the upper 60s and lower 70s. Clouds will start to increase across the area tonight into Friday morning. Rain chances will also start to increase tomorrow morning with the chance for scattered showers mainly through the morning and afternoon hours. The rain will be light on Friday with most areas seeing less than a quarter of an inch. Rain chances will continue this weekend as temperatures warm to around average in the low to mid 70s. Showers and a few thunderstorms will continue through the weekend however no severe weather is expected at this time. Rainfall could be moderate to heavy at times with most areas seeing around 2-3 inches of rain by Monday. Rain chances will continue into next week as temperatures remain around average.
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