Montrose Boil Order Lifted
August 3, 2010, 10:09 AM
MONTROSE, SD -
People in Montrose no longer need to boil drinking water. The city issued the order Friday because the water wasn't safe to drink.
Water was rushing into town so fast, floodwater and the sewer system was backing up into peoples homes. Mayor Ron Shelburg had also asked people to cut back on using showers, bathtubs, and toilets because it was overloading the sewer system.
That request has also been lifted now that the system has caught up.
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