Water advisories continue for McCaysville, Copperhill

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BLUE RIDGE, Ga. – The Fannin County Emergency Management Agency (EMA) posted a water conservation advisory for McCaysville water customers Friday after filter work at the city’s water plant continues, according the Fannin County official website.

The advisory states:

THE CITY OF MCCAYSVILLE IS ASKING ALL CUSTOMERS OF THE MCCAYSVILLE WATER SYSTEM TO CONSERVE WATER WHILE THE WATER PLANT IS UNDERGOING WORK ON THE FILTERS. WORK IS SCHEDULED TO BEGIN ON MONDAY, DECEMBER 18TH AND IS EXPECTED TO CONTINUE FOR 7-10 DAYS.

THANK YOU IN ADVANCE FOR YOUR CONSERVATION EFFORTS.

In addition, the city of Copperhill, Tennessee, which receives its water from the McCaysville system, has issued a boil advisory for its water customers. Water is expected to be delivered from another location to fill Copperhill’s tank system over the next few days.

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Jason Beck

Born in Merrillville, Indiana, raised in Cleveland, Tennessee, and currently resides in Copperhill, Tennessee. Graduated from Bradley Central High School in 1996 and attended the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, eventually earning a B.A. and M.A. in English. Hobbies include hiking, camping and fly-fishing. Interests include baseball, hockey and cliff jumping.

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