Ketchikan's water problem
By Rob Glenn
July 24, 2005
I am glad to see this article as I have been preaching it on
Sitnews for months now. The safety of Ketchikan Residents have
been at risk for long? How much cancer is there in Ketchikan.
Yet they want to build a bridge, and spend money on other items.
Here our taxes go again. Expect them to go up. How come KPU has
not done anything about this problem before? This is not a problem
that happens over night.
Ketchikan, AK - USA
Listen to this KRBD story... Ketchikan Public
Utilities may have to spend up to $35 million on a new water
filtration system after violating Environmental Protection Agency
water standards. As Deanna Garrison reports, the State Department
of Environmental Conservation has given the City until August
15th to come up with a plan to bring down the amount of haloacedic
acids in the city water supply.
Aired July 22, 2005 - Web posted Sunday am - July 24, 2005
KRBD - Ketchikan Public Radio - www.krbd.org
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