City monitoring water quality after violation

City officials reported positive results this week from continued water quality testing after an Aug. 7 violation was discovered regarding state-mandated nitrate levels.
“We’ve been sampling it weekly and bi-weekly,” said utilities superintendent Adam Darbro. “They have all come in under the required mcl (maximum contaminant level), which I expected just due to the use of water is slowly going down with irrigation stopping and things like that related to higher water usage.”

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