Boil water order caused by algae lifted for all customers

The Crittenden/Livingston Water District says the boil water order for it, the city of Salem, and the city of Smithland has been lifted.

The order was originally put in place over the weekend. Nearly 3,600 customers had been under the boil order after algae was found in water that had already been filtered at the plant.

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