Sun Chronicle: Warren asks EPA to dip into Norton water problems
NORTON - Federal authorities are being asked to look into the town's notorious discolored water.
U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Massachusetts, has written to the federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for help.
"I urge you to interact with the town of Norton, Massachusetts and the Commonwealth to ensure that the water does indeed meet health standards," Warren wrote. "The residents of Norton deserve nothing short of absolute confidence in the quality of their drinking water."
Warren also asked the EPA to provide assistance to determine the exact cause of the discoloration and work with town officials to mitigate the problems.
Read more on the Sun Chronicle's website here.
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