The city of Warner Robins lifted a boil advisory early Friday night that had impacted businesses, including three restaurants, on the north side of Russell Parkway.
The boil advisory was issued Thursday after a water main break.
The advisory impacted all even-numbered addresses in blocks 1100 to 1224, according to a news release from the mayor’s office.
The advisory was ended after the drinking water was tested once repairs were completed.
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Several businesses, including the restaurants, were included in the advisory, Mandy Stella, executive assistant to Mayor Randy Toms, said in an email.
No residential customers were affected, Stella said.
Additionally, the Houston County Health Department had notified the affected restaurants, according to the release.
For more information, call Stella at 478-951-0366.