PLYMOUTH, Iowa – A boil advisory that began June 29 has been lifted.
Plymouth city officials said “tests from the lab states that our water is safe to consume.”
The boil advisory began when the Plymouth Water Supply had a problem with the well pump, and the distribution system lost pressure.
“Due to the potential for bacterial contamination, it is being recommended that the water be boiled before using for drinking or cooking or that an alternative source be used,” the city said at the time.
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