RAYMONDVILLE —The city’s water plant is pumping out safe drinking water.
And city officials want to make that clear to residents.
“Our water is as good as any water,” City Manager Eleazar Garcia said yesterday. “And the numbers prove it is.”
This week, the city sent residents a notice stating the plant’s water had exceeded the maximum contaminate level for trihalomethanes, or TTHM.
The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality requires water suppliers to send such notices when TTHM levels rise above the federal standard level of 0.080.
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