'Present views on water quality'

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The Wisconsin Water Quality Task Force will be meeting at Blackhawk Technical College, 6004 S. County Road G on Wed., May 29, 10:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Invited speakers will address area concerns first, followed by public testimony.

The Task Force is working on a bipartisan approach to solving issues like nitrate, lead, PFA, pesticide and other contaminant problems. Clean, drinkable tap water for all Wisconsin residents is the goal.

People concerned with water quality in their homes, on family farms and in adjacent communities should make every effort to present their views in the latter half of the program.

Wes Davis

District 20

Rock County Board

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