UPDATE: Boil water advisory lifted for nudist resort, businesses, homes in Osceola County

Toho Water Authority issued advisory due to water main break

ORLANDO, Fla. – A precautionary water boil advisory has been lifted for customers in the Poinciana area, according to a news release from the Toho Water Authority.

The utility company reported Sunday that service had been restored but recommended customers to boil their water for one minute prior to consumption until further notice. The advisory was lifted early Monday.

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The area affected included homes and businesses east of Marigold Avenue north of Walnut Street, as well as the Cypress Cove Nudist Resort.

Customers may continue to see pressure issues while the repairs are being completed, but there is no need to boil water, officials said.

Customers who use potable water for irrigation are asked to use it sparingly while more permanent repairs are put into place.

For more information about boil water advisories and how to stay safe, click here.

Toho Water Authority

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