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The water tastes funny. So does this municipality's 'disrespectful' plan for a redo, locals say

The water tastes funny. So does this municipality's 'disrespectful' plan for a redo, locals say

Nicole Hancock, the executive director of the Safe Drinking Water Foundation, said systems exist that would take care of all contaminants and produce water that "would taste and smell great."
"I think that they should build a high quality treatment plant for a fraction of the cost," said Hancock. "We think that it would cost them less than $500,000. That's less than one-sixth of the cost."
"I don't think they've looked into these options," said Heney. "I don't think they want this town to stay here."