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PRECAUTIONARY BOIL WATER NOTICE MONTICELLO WATER OFFICE For S Of HWY 278, East Main St, HWY 83

PRECAUTIONARY BOIL WATER NOTICE
MONTICELLO WATER OFFICE

ISSUE DATE: MONDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 2021

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, CONTACT
JACK GREGG JR.
POLLUTION CONTROL INSPECTOR
ENGINEERING SECTION, (501) 661-2623
OR
MONTICELLO CITY HALL (870) 367-4400
MONTICELLO POLICE DEPARTMENT (870) 367-3411

MONTICELLONIANS: If you live South of Hwy 278 and East of Main St. (Hwy 83) you are under a precautionary boil order until further notice. All customers using water in this quadrant of Monticello are advised the water may be unsafe for human consumption. Water used for drinking, cooking, making ice, brushing teeth, or washing dishes should be boiled for one (1) minute before use. All ice cubes should be discarded. As an alternative, bottled water may be used.
Currently, Monticello has adequate water supply & water pressure to supply the city and subsequent water systems; however, due to the recent winter weather some of our water tanks lost some pressure. All water systems are asking residents to please check their properties for pipes that may have frozen and are now thawed and busted. Also, check properties that are not your primary residences, structures behind your residence that have water lines run to them, farms, deer camps, etc. If you find a broken/busted pipe please call and have your water disconnected until it can be repaired. If you have a question or need water disconnected to repair a water line please use the following numbers:

This is a precautionary boil order defined as a presumption is made that the water may be contaminated and the notice is for precautionary measures.

Samples were taken today, February 22, 2021, and the results will be back within 7 days. At that time, the public will be notified of the results. Please continue to boil the water for at least (1) minute until further notice.

Wesley is the owner of South Ark Weather, LLC which owns and operates searkweather.com You may contact him at wesley@searkweather.com

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