Boil advisory lifted for town of Livingston
LIVINGSTON - City officials lifted a boil advisory for Livingston today after a two-day boil order.
The town said water samples sent to be tested for contaminants came back clean.
The boil order was put in place after a construction crew punctured a water line while drilling on Tuesday.
Water service was restored later that night, but the town still had to wait for two days for water samples to come back from the lab.
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