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Mayor says water is safe to drink

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Musty smell and odor attributed to hot weather

By Linda Ireland

Hodgenville area residents may have noticed a bad taste or smell from their tap water.

Mayor Terry Cruse said the Kentucky Division of Water has checked the water plant and found nothing amiss. They believe the issues are associated with hot weather which promotes the growth of algae in water sources.

Algae blooms give off a gas that is repugnant to taste buds.

Cruse said there are no health issues associated with the musty-tasting water.


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