Friday, March 4, 2016

Shouldn't water use be 'better safe than sorry?'

If my water was discolored in this post-Flint world - - and if major water quality issues were raging not many miles away - - I'd hold off using my household water until after the official test results were in, and not before as the authorities in this one Wisconsin village had advised.

And, yes, the village says the test came back "safe," so good news.

But what happened to 'better safe than sorry'?

And speaking of 'better safe than sorry,' what of this news from water-quality battered Kewaunee County.

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