Water Shortage Issue Improves

The water shortage issue in Perry County is improving.

Hazard City Manager Paul Feltner says nearly all water tanks are back up and running, but one tank that serves customers on the north end of the county is still without water.

Feltner says they are also dealing with some frozen lines, which is causing water outages for about three hundred customers.

Officials say everyone should still be conserving water and the boil water advisory is still in effect until further notice.

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  • by upset Location: jamestownvillage on Jan 27, 2009 at 12:16 PM
    Whats up with this water thing. the city says we should have water and to call the landlord. the landlord is telling us something different. this is so crazy, some people can't afford to keep on buying water when they have big families. someone please help us out.
  • by dirty water Location: sweet water ky on Jan 27, 2009 at 03:38 AM
    what is going to happen when all the good people of hazard have drank this dirty water?sick people may fill the hospitals to over flowing capacity. the boil water advisory was releaced in two phases first was to perry county not to city of hazard. the next phase was to all the water sytem. most all the people in hazard did not realize that this was for them.it still has not been made clear from talking to lot of hazard residents so they drink dirty water from the water taps.


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