Arlington residents can resume regular water use after line break

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People in Arlington are being told they can continue to use water normally after being asked to temporarily limit water use.

The request to limit  was made Tuesday morning after a water line broke near Highway 287 in Mansfield.

By 10 a.m. Wednesday the city said water distribution system levels had returned to normal.

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The city said the water was never unsafe to drink or use as needed.

Home and businesses were simply urged to conserve as much as possible.