Vousia County lifts boiled water notice for 300 Stone Island homes near Deltona

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DELTONA -- A precautionary boil-water notice was lifted at 3 p.m. Saturday for 300 homes on Stone Island in southwest Volusia County.

The boil-water notice was issued Thursday, after county crews discovered a break in a six-inch water main. The main has been repaired.

For more information, please call Volusia County Water Resources and Utilities at 386-822-6465.

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