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ASHEVILLE, NC (FOX Carolina) The City of Asheville has lifted a boil water advisory that was in affect for some as a precaution due to the installation of a new transmission line. 

According to the City's Facebook, construction for the North Fork Waterline Bypass Project was done Friday night - and went into the early afternoon Saturday. 

Due to the project's proximity to the water treatment plant, the City decided to issue a boil water advisory out of severe caution. 

It lasted just about 24 hours, and was lifted around 3 p.m. on Sunday, November 10. 

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