UPDATE: Boil advisory affecting Miamisburg homes has been lifted

Published: Wednesday, April 17, 2019 @ 9:04 AM
Updated: Thursday, April 18, 2019 @ 5:12 PM

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UPDATE @ 5:13 p.m. (April 18): The boil advisory has been lifted, Gary Giles, Miamisburg public information officer, said this afternoon.

UPDATE @3:10 p.m. (April 17):

The Miamisburg water boil advisory remains in effect, but repairs to this morning's water main break are complete, according to the city. 

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Linden Avenue has reopened, but the boil advisory remains in effect for 92 nearby homes, according to Miamisburg Public Information Officer Gary Giles. 

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It may be lifted on Thursday, he said in email.

UPDATE @ 11:59 a.m. (April 17): 

Nearly 100 Miamisburg homes are impacted by a water boil advisory caused by water main break.

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Work continues on repairs to this morning's water main break on Linden Avenue west of the Great Miami River, according to the city.

The water boil advisory has been issued until further notice for 92 homes in the Stagecoach West subdivision of the Overland Trail neighborhood, and door hanger notifications are being distributed to those affected, the city reported. 

Questions may be directed to the Public Works Department during business hours at 847-6635.

INITIAL REPORT (April 17)

Miamisburg residents living in the Overland Trail subdivision may feel impacts following a water main break on Linden Avenue this morning.

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The city said the break is in the area of Ohio 725 and Linden, and work crews are working to make repairs.

“Residents in and near the Overland Trail subdivision may experience low water pressure or an interruption of service,” the city said in a prepared statement.  “Linden has been closed to through traffic while work is taking place.”

The city expects to release further updates later today.