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  • Her post on NextDoor shed light on northeast Fresno's water problems

    Northeast Fresno resident Jeanette Grider's social media post on NextDoor was the first indication to many about discolored water problems in that part of the city. The area receives some of its drinking water from Fresno's Northeast Surface Water Treatment Facility, which began operating in 2004.

Her post on NextDoor shed light on northeast Fresno's water problems

Northeast Fresno resident Jeanette Grider's social media post on NextDoor was the first indication to many about discolored water problems in that part of the city. The area receives some of its drinking water from Fresno's Northeast Surface Water Treatment Facility, which began operating in 2004.
Tim Sheehan The Fresno Bee