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November 6, 2014

Panel Addresses Water Supply and How to Keep It Safe

WSAZ-TV – The safety of drinking water was a key priority at a panel discussion Thursday evening at the University of Charleston. Read

Thursday’s panel was organized by Advocates for a Safe Water System, and co-sponsored by the WV Center on Budget & Policy, Healthy Kids & Families Coalition, National Association of Social Workers WV Chapter, and WV Council of Churches.

The three panelists included Dr. Rahul Gupta, Director of the Kanawha-Charleston Health Department, Fred Stottlemyer, retired Director of the Putnam Public Service District, and Meghan Betcher of Downstream Strategies, and environmental consulting firm working with the Morgantown Utility Board.

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