Boil advisory lifted for parts of Trotwood after water main repairs

UPDATE @ 10:10 a.m. (Feb. 21): 

A boil advisory issued for parts of Trotwood Tuesday has been lifted, according to a release from the city Wednesday morning. 

FIRST REPORT (Feb. 20):

A boil advisory has been issued for parts of Trotwood while crews make repairs to a water main, according to a city public works spokesman. 

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The advisory is in effect for residents on East Main Street between Wolf Creek Pike and Broadway Avenue. Residents on South Sunrise Avenue are also included in the boil advisory. 

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The boil advisory is in effect until further notice, according to the media release. 

Residents are asked to boil their water for a minimum of three minutes before consumption or use for oral hygiene.

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