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Take steps to protect water pipes

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By Stephen Lega

Recent subzero temperatures created problems for many Marion County residents, including multiple reports of frozen or busted water pipes.
Jimmy Mudd, superintendent of the Marion County Water District, said they received between 35 and 40 reports of damaged water pipes, and John Q. Thomas, director of Lebanon Water Company, said they received 60 to 70 calls either asking for water to be cut off or reporting busted water pipes.
Mudd and Thomas also indicated that each of their agencies had leaks in their own lines as a result of last week's subzero conditions.


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