August 23, 2014
DOUGLAS COUNTY, NV - The boil water notice is over in the Indian Hills General Improvement District in Douglas County.
The order was issued Thursday, August 9 because of bad bacteriological sample results taken the day before. Follow-up sampling indicated no problems with the water, with district officials saying there apparently was a problem with the samples after they were taken. So Monday morning, the restriction was lifted.
Residents of about 1800 homes were told not to use the water for brewing coffee, washing food products, teeth brushing, or other uses which would allow water to be consumed orally.
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