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Boil Water Notice Lifted For Parts Of Fort Lauderdale’s Rio Vista Neighborhood

cbs4.com Friday, 14 February 2020 ()
Residents of one Fort Lauderdale neighborhood are being told it's safe to drink the water again.
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Residents of one Fort Lauderdale neighborhood are being told it's safe to drink the water again.

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