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Feds hear from Horsham EPA meeting military water contamination

July 25, 2018 GMT

By Staff

Residents and local officials had one major message for the Environmental Protection Agency at a Montgomery County meeting Wednesday: Do more to help communities like theirs dealing with tainted water and to develop regulations for the chemicals that polluted their towns — and don’t make them pay for it.

Hundreds of residents and officials attended the daylong meeting convened by the EPA in Horsham — part of a summer tour to visit communities across the country affected by water contamination from chemicals used on military bases and elsewhere.

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