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Boil water advisory in effect for Duncannon Borough

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PERRY COUNTY, Pa. – Duncannon Borough issues a boil advisory for 1522 customers served by the borough’s water system.  The boil advisory is effective immediately.

An official says routine tests revealed one of the borough’s four wells had a zero chlorine level. DEP regulations requires the borough to issue a boil water advisory as a precaution.

The borough manager says the advisory will remain in effect  at least through the weekend pending the results of further tests on the water supply.


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