Glasgow Daily Times
Glasgow Water Co. announced this morning that the boil water advisory in effect since Sunday for large parts of Glasgow and Barren County has been lifted for most, but not all, of the affected areas.
Because of unrelated, smaller water line breaks Monday, customers living along Columbia Avenue from Davis Street to New Salem Road and customers living on Green Hills Drive are still advised to boil water before consuming it or using it for bathing.
On Sunday, GWC had a water line break on Pritchardsville Road that caused the GWC to shut down the main transmission line from Lucas to Glasgow in order to repair the line. As a result, a precautionary boil water advisory was issued affecting customers along the Ky. 90 West and Happy Valley Road corridor toward Cave City and everything south and west of this area from Roseville to Austin. This included the New Bowling Green Road and Ky. 1297 corridors west of Ky. 90, and the Scottsville Road (U.S. 31E) corridor south of Glasgow. The boil water advisory has now been lifted for these areas except for those noted above.