• February 20, 2017

Killeen, Cove flagged for water quality violations

Procedural errors led to 2013 citations; water always safe to drink, TCEQ says

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1 comment:

  • Eliza posted at 7:17 am on Sun, Aug 10, 2014.

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    @ “The city of Killeen has always had exceptional water quality, Belton Lake is exceptionally clean,” said Mayor Scott Cosper, adding he regularly drinks the tap water. “If there was a little oops, I’m sure our staff will see that it certainly won’t happen again.”

    Lets hope it doesn't since you have now given your word as an official of the city of Killeen that it won't.

    Good money is paid by the citizens for Good Quality of drinking water.

    The citizens aren't paying their money for any oopsing to happen to one of their requirements for life, nor for any employees that would allow it to happen.