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Golden Meadows water quality tests come back ‘safe’

June 18, 2014

    Indicating his intention to do so on a regular monthly basis, Golden Meadow Home Administrator Tom Magnan appeared before the Adams County Commissioners Monday afternoon to update the board on matters pertaining to the county facility.
    Magnan reported a loss of pressure in the county home’s water system was found to be the result of an inadequate air pump, a remedy detected by a representative of the Indiana Department of Environmental Management. A facilities and systems officer from IDEM also performed water quality tests while at the home, concluding all samples results “came back in the safe range” for levels of lead, copper and organic compounds in the water. Magnan informed commissioners water will now “be tested on a regular basis.”
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