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Published: July 25th, 2017

El Paso County residents want answers about the safety of their water

Gazette’s Jakob Rodgers and Eric Singer learn more at an open house in Fountain about what’s being done to identify and deal with PFCs in the drinking water in Security, Widefield and Fountain area.

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