Around 9 a.m. on Sunday, the water district said the state of Kentucky had approved their appeals to be able to boost chlorine levels in the Nonesuch community.
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According to the South Woodford Water District’s Facebook page, officials will be on-site to take water samples, and the chlorine-boosting equipment is expected to arrive mid-week. The Cummins Ferry area, which has also been dealing with water quality issues, is reporting chlorine being detected in the water supply.
Residents of Nonesuch are encouraged to follow the water district’s Facebook page for updates.