The City of Clarkton has lifted a boil water order on Thursday, Jan. 10.
Dunklin County Water District #2 issued a precautionary boil water order on Thursday, Jan. 3 for customers in the following locations: from the intersection of Hwy. V and Hwy P, all customers on Hwy P North to CR 513, and all customers North on CR 513. The reason for the boil water order is due to contractors working in theses areas and cutting the water lines.
The City of Miner advised users of the City of Miner Public Water System on Monday, Dec. 31 to boil water before consumption. It is recommended to boil water for at least 1 minute before use. The duration of the advisory is unknown at this time. Crews are working to correct a faulty Chlorine distribution valve and hope to have repairs completed soon.
A boil water order was announced on Jan. 15 for the Village of Vergennes until further notice according to Trish Sherman, Office Manager, Village of Vergennes.
The village of Dongola has issued a boil water for customers living on Nylon street and School Street on Wednesday, Jan. 2, until further notice.
None to report.