Boil-water alert for some Port Richey residents

- The Port Richey Utilities Department says that a water main break has led to a boil-water alert for residents.

According to an alert from Port Richey police, an 8-inch water main break is causing a shutdown of water service west of U.S. 19 and south of the Pithlachascottee River. 

As a precaution, they say, all residential customers in the area are on a boil-water notice. 

They estimate the repair time at two hours.

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