Bledsoe County resident Charles Wagner wants the water treatment plant at Taft Youth Development Center to clean up its act. He has collected 10 years' worth of documents showing water quality violations associated with disinfection byproducts and has sent letters seeking help from state officials.
Bledsoe County resident Charles Wagner wants the water treatment plant at Taft Youth Development Center to clean up its act. He has collected 10 years' worth of documents showing water quality violations associated with disinfection byproducts and has sent letters seeking help from state officials.
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published Saturday, August 23rd, 2014
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PIKEVILLE, Tenn. — If you want reliably good, clean water to drink in northwest Bledsoe County, you have to go to prison.

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