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  • Why didn't Fresno leaders see a red flag about tainted water?

    Fresno City Manager Bruce Rudd discusses why learning in mid-2012 that the city had for years been paying for bottled water for a handful of Sharon Avenue residents didn't set off a red flag about the potential for more widespread water quality issues in that part of Fresno.

Why didn't Fresno leaders see a red flag about tainted water?

Fresno City Manager Bruce Rudd discusses why learning in mid-2012 that the city had for years been paying for bottled water for a handful of Sharon Avenue residents didn't set off a red flag about the potential for more widespread water quality issues in that part of Fresno.
Tim Sheehan The Fresno Bee