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Thursday, February 22, 2024

Water main break forces closure of country club in The Villages

A water main break forced the closure of a country club in The Villages.

Orange Blossom Hills Country Club was closed Tuesday after the water main break at Water Tower Circle on the Historic Side of The Villages.

A crew from The Villages Utilities Department was on the scene trying to repair the damage.

A crew was working Tuesday afternoon to repair the water main break near Orange Blossom Hills Country Club
A crew was working Tuesday afternoon to repair the water main break near Orange Blossom Hills Country Club.

In addition to the the country club, homes were impacted on Lester Drive, Plantation Drive and Kim Lane.

Orange Blossom Hills Country Club was forced to close due to the water main break.

Those residents will remain under a precautionary boil notice until the problem has been corrected and bacteriological tests show that the water is safe. This usually consists of a two-day sampling period to ensure safe drinking water.

The District Office did not indicate what caused the water main break.

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