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Ensure Problem Doesn’t Recur

September 9, 2013

Taxpayers may have to pay as much as $1 million to remove a dangerous contaminant from a well used to provide water to Bridgeport homes, schools and businesse....

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Sep-15-13 11:55 AM

It is "rumored" to have started back in the day by the dry cleaners located close by.

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Sep-09-13 9:27 AM

hammond's old water supply had this in it[we drank that water for 20 years].they built a new plant in a different location.the water still taste bad.

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Sep-09-13 8:01 AM

Maybe it came from some local residents illegally dumping their waste in a ravine somewhere,you know,like the locals around Dillonvale have been doing for years. So far 400 tons of garbage have been removed from that site and they are only about halfway done. Thats 800,000 pounds of trash and other stuff. What can I say to the Bridgeport residents who may or may not have been exposed?Basically the same thing that Township Trustees from Warren and Smithfield Township tell me and my family, tough buddy, it's not our problem! SO, tough Bridgeport it's not my problem, you want to be safe? then you have to pay for it out of your own pocket just like me!

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