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Marion’s Water Improvements End the Distribution of Bottled Water | New

MARION, KY – The Town of Marion has announced that the bottled water distribution will end at 6 p.m. on September 2.

According to a statement on Monday, this is good news for the people of Marion, and it is only possible thanks to recent improvements in water supply and quality.

The current water supply from Old City Lake, the amount of water supplied by the Crittenden-Livingston Water District, and the lifting of the boil water advisory are the three main factors that have resulted in the reduced need for water distribution. water.

The city says it is prepared for another water emergency, with a substantial supply of bottled water on reserve and the ability to reopen the water distribution center on short notice if needed.


Marion adopted the motto “every gallon counts” amid the water crisis.

The city asked residents to continue limiting water use, as Marion is still under a Tier 3 water conservation order. The statement explained that activities such as washing cars and the filling of swimming pools were still prohibited for the time being.

Marion town officials expressed feelings of gratitude for the volunteers in the statement, saying: