State (NC) says not to drink the water

….But Mathis, the president of the Heather Glen Homeowners Association, said he also now worries about his community’s property values.“I mean, even if the water proves to be safe, with the way this has been in the news, I worry that this is something we’re always going to have to explain,” Mathis said. “And if that’s the case, this isn’t going to have a positive effect on values.”     Read the article……….


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