SVCC discusses IEPA’s letters
SPRING VALLEY — The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency has sent the city of Spring Valley several notices concerning various water-related issues, but according to city engineer Jack Kusek, their bark is probably much worse than their bite.
“The letters look ominous, but it really is nothing,” Kusek said.
The first letter involved the past positive readings of bacteria for Well 10. Kusek said there have been six samples without bacteria and he will send a response saying the water is good for public consumption.
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