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UPDATE: Boil advisory lifted for parts of New Lebanon after power outage Sunday

MONTGOMERY COUNTY — UPDATE @ 1:55 p.m. (May 17):

A precautionary boil advisory for parts of New Lebanon has been lifted following a power outage at the village’s water plant Sunday.

The power outage at the water plant was caused by trees being cut down that hit a power line on Weaver Street, a village spokesperson said in an updated media release. The entire village experienced low water pressure, however only parts of the west side of the village experienced complete loss of water pressure.

Additional details were not released.

FIRST REPORT (May 15):

Parts of the village of New Lebanon are under a Water Boil Advisory.

The advisory is for all services on the west side of Fuls Road and to the west end of New Lebanon, according to a spokesperson with New Lebanon.

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The village said they will send an updated advisory once it is lifted.

Residents who still have water service are advised to boil water for at least 30 seconds before using or consuming it.

Information regarding what caused the Boil Advisory was not released.


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