UPDATE: Boil Water Advisory Lifted In Aurora, Dillsboro, Hogan Twp.

Posted On August 31, 2014

By Mike Perleberg


Update posted Sunday, August 31 7:46 p.m.:

Water utility companies in Aurora, Dillsboro, and Hogan Township all lifted their boil water advisories at around 10:15 a.m. Sunday. Customers can return to normal use of water.


Update posted at Friday, August 29 9:19 a.m.:

Water utilities in the Town of Dillsboro and Hogan Township have also implemented water boiling advisories until further notice.


Original story posted Friday, August 29 at 7:41 a.m.:

(Aurora, Ind.) – Customers of Aurora Utilities are being warned that there is a boil water advisory.

The advisory was issued by the utility at around 7:00 a.m. Friday in consultation with the Indiana Department of Environmental management, says Aurora Utilities superintendent Randy Turner.

The boil water advisory is necessary because of a failed E-coli test at the company’s wells.

“Customers, especially anyone with a compromised immune system, infants, or elderly, are advised to boil water for one minute before using. This precaution is being recommended for safety, while the problem is being corrected,” Turner says.

The advisory remains in effect until further notice.

Customers with questions can contact Aurora Utilities at (812) 221-0823.