Recent rainfall helps refresh water supply in Marion, KY

MARION, Ky. (KBSI) – Recent rainfall refreshed the water supply for the city of Marion, Ky.

A total of 2.4 inches of rain fell at the water plant over the weekend and Monday night. Slightly more was reported in the lake watershed near U.S. 641 intersection with KY 91/Mott City Road.

Lake water levels topped the overflow for the first time since it had been reinforced with sandbags.

The water management team is working on plans to purge some lines to allow increased water flow in some parts of the city with the hope a water boil advisory could be lifted.

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