Posted on Wednesday, March 14, 2012 by Michael
#VT – The thing I’m noticing about the water in the village tonight is that as my kids are taking a bath, it smells like a chlorinated pool as far as about 6 feet from the bath tub.
I have no idea what this means. Better a chlorinated pool than a cesspool is how I choose to look at it.
I’m glad that public water supply quality is a topic of conversation on Front Porch Forum, and I do appreciate that town officials use the forum for disseminating information about it.
This was shared with 1,000 Bristol FPF members tonight by Gillian. Good for Bristol officials for engaging the public. We’re seeing more and more of this on FPF in towns across Vermont. I do know of one going the other direction… actually closing down communication with voters… but that’s the exception.
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