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Wednesday May 4th, 2016 7:59AM

Mt. Airy issues 'boil water' advisory

By Rob Moore Reporter
MT. AIRY - Mt. Airy water customers should boil their water through Thursday night.

That's the word from Mt. Airy Police Chief/Administrative Officer Corey Allen.

"We had a water main break over here on Grandview Avenue," Allen said.

Because the break involved a main water line, the town is urging all its water customers to boil their drinking and cooking water until Thursday night.
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