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Stryker Lake boil water advisory lifted

STRYKER LAKE (KLTV) - It is no longer necessary to boil your water if you leave near Stryker Lake.

In a follow up of a story we brought you over the weekend, the Stryker Lake Water Supply Corporation tells us it is no longer necessary for customers who live on FM 3288 East, FM 2271 North and South, and all County Roads intersecting these roads, Hwy 79 east of FM 2274 N. to boil their water.

Bacteriological samples taken from the water system have been laboratory tested and are negative for any dangerous bacteria which might be harmful for consumption.

Anyone with questions can call the Stryker Lake Water Supply Corporation office at (903) 726-3933.


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