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    • "The final boil advisory caused by a massive water main break has been lifted." [WFPL]
    • "Per the Louisville Courant’s reporting, a screenshot of Fischer’s Facebook page reveals that the operator of the mayor’s account erroneously informed a resident of the Schnitzelburg neighborhood earlier today that the advisory had been lifted for her nabe when it, in fact, had not." [LEO Weekly]
    • "With summer temperatures expected to reach dangerous levels over the next few days, Louisville residents are encouraged to take advantage of resources available to help them beat the heat." [Louisville Metro Government]
    • "Louisville Gas & Electric has released a second study on coal ash. It follows another that showed the company is possibly in violation of pollution laws. LG&E says this second report is more accurate, but it might not matter in the long run." [WFPL]
    • "Nearly 17,000 showed up at the Kentucky Office of Employment & Training downtown in the past week seeking jobs at Ford’s Louisville Assembly Plant paying $15.51 per hour." [Courier-Journal]

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