Flovilla issues boil-water advisory

originally posted on February 08, 2017


The city of Flovilla has issued a boil-water advisory following an overnight water main rupture.


Mayor Beth Burns Ogletree said Wednesday morning the advisory is in effect for all of Flovilla’s water customers for 48 hours, or until it is lifted by the Georgia Environmental Protection Division.

The rupture, which was in the area of Rock Creek and Mt. Vernon Church roads, led to low water pressure in the city of Flovilla’s lines, triggering the advisory.


Ogletree said customers in the area of the break will see interruptions of water service while the main is repaired, which could take until mid-afternoon.

The city of Flovilla issued a similar boil-water advisory in March 2016 following a main break. Customers in Flovilla were asked to bring all water to a boil for at least one minute prior to use for drinking, cooking or preparing baby fo


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