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Neighborhood questions water quality despite good test results

October 1, 2013

Water tests that came back negative for bacteria haven’t soothed the minds of residents of a northwest Minot neighborhood, who still have concerns about discoloration, odor and potential health risk......

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concerned

Oct-01-13 7:17 AM

If the pipes are new in some of these houses then why is there discoloration? Not sure what's going on. Do you like smelling sewer as well thinking the basement is backed up when you come home? I don't think so. Fix the problem like you did in NE Minot.

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EarlyBird

Oct-01-13 8:00 AM

How can a town as small as Minot have so many problems? It's just a simple little town!

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crzcatladee

Oct-01-13 2:17 PM

It's funny to me that the last article on this issue stated the the City "didn't know of any other problems"....but now there are several that they were working on?? When water discolors and stains brand new fictures and appliances, and destroys a brand new water heater - it is not "safe". Like the resident in the article - I can't even wash whites in my own house.

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