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BL residents encouraged to monitor freezing pipes

Published 9:28am Tuesday, March 4, 2014 Updated 11:36am Tuesday, March 4, 2014

The Battle Lake Public Works Department has encouraged city residents to run their water on a continuous stream in low temperatures.

Running the water continuously should be considered If temperatures are 38 degrees fahrenheit or colder, department officials said. One faucet running about a 1/4-inch stream should be sufficient.

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