After a long weekend under a boil-water order, customers of the Indian Hills General Improvement District were given the all-clear on Monday morning.
There was no sign of the bacteria that showed up in samples taken from the district's water system on Aug. 8 and prompted a state order the next day.
"Based on what we can come up with, the samples were contaminated after they were taken," District Manager John Lufrano said. "All the samples we took came back clear."
The bad sample turned up during routine monthly testing. Because tests take 24 hours, it was Thursday evening before …