UPDATE: According to a press release from Kevin Farrell, the Superintendent of the Milan Water and Sewer Department, the boil order in place for parts of the village has been lifted.

EARLIER: The Village of Milan has announced a boil order.

Because of a hydrant repair, a boil order is in effect for the residents of 1st Ave. W. to 4th Ave. W. and west of US 67.

Effective June 2, a boil order in effects for parts of Milan (Village of Milan)

Until further notice, all drinking and cooking water should be boiled for 5 minutes prior to use.

Any businesses with a food license whose business will be affected by the water being turned off should contact Misty Sierens, Sanitarian, with the Rock Island County Health Department at (309) 558-5842.

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