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Boil water advisories lifted for 2,000

By Staff reports

West Virginia American Water Company today lifted three boil water advisories affecting about 2,000 customers in Sissonville, Clendenin, Riverside, Paint Creek and Pratt.

Boil water advisories have been lifted for about 1,000 customers in the Sissonville area.

The specific streets included in the advisory were: 7600 block of Sissonville Drive (Route 21) to Allens Fork Road, Grapevine Road, North Grapevine Road, Sisson Lane, Sisson Terrace, Shirkley Lane, Tolley Hollow Road, Second Creek Road, Haines Branch Road, Allens Fork Road, Poca River Road from Route 21 to Cicerone Star Route, Aarons Fork Road from Cicerone Star Route to Flowers Hollow and Whiteman's Fork. 

Boil water advisories have also been lifted for about 500 customers in Riverside, Paint Creek and the Town of Pratt.

The specific areas included are: the community of Riverside along Route 60, the town of Pratt and Crown Hill, Paint Creek Road, Holly Grove Road, Lower Patch Road, Middle Patch Road, Upper Patch Road, Livingston Road and Standard Road.

Boil water advisories have also been lifted for about 500 customers in Clendenin. The affected area included Thorofare Road from the 2000 block to Sandy Brae Golf Course, including Sandy Brae Golf Course, Harper Estates and Rolling Hills.


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