“Water Line Break in Lancaster REPAIRED!”

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The water line break that was discovered early this morning at Buckeye and Hamilton has been repaired at this time. The valves have been reopened and the water system and water towers have been refilled to a safe level allowing water customers to resume normal usage except for drinking.

All customers of the City of Lancaster, Garrard County Water Association and Crab Orchard Water are asked to BOIL THEIR WATER for drinking or eating until further notice. Just as a reminder you need to bring the water to a foil BOIL, and then BOIL FOR 10 MINUTES BEFORE USING.

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Search and Rescue Team Active

On January 15, 2019 a post was made on the Garrard County Search and Rescue Team’s Facebook page that implied the group had been disbanded by Judge Wilson. This is in no way true. The team continues to operate under the authority granted to it by the county and stands …

Kentucky Chemical Weapons Destruction: 2017 Year in Review

Click here for Video: https://www.peoacwa.army.mil/2017/12/15/kentucky-chemical-weapons-destruction-2017-year-in-review/ In 2017, the Blue Grass Chemical Agent-Destruction Pilot Plant, or BGCAPP, focused on testing equipment and systems to destroy Kentucky’s chemical weapons stockpile. In the main plant, which is set to destroy nerve agent munitions, workers tested and demonstrated equipment especially designed for BGCAPP. The …

Colorado Chemical Weapons Destruction: 2017 Year in Review

Click here for video: https://www.peoacwa.army.mil/2017/12/15/colorado-chemical-weapons-destruction-2017-year-in-review/ In 2017, the Pueblo Chemical Agent-Destruction Pilot Plant (PCAPP) completed its first year of chemical agent destruction operations, demonstrating personnel, facilities and equipment can process munitions safely and compliantly. In total, more than 40,000 munition bodies and 253 U.S. tons of mustard agent were safely …