Local Officials Silent on Joint Base Water Testing

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JACKSON-As Joint Base MDL officials go door to door in Jackson Township trying collecting water samples from residents to see if their private wells have been contaminated by fire retarding chemicals used on the base for over 30 years, officials in Jackson Township are silent on the matter.

The Township council did not provide any further details on the water testing and the issue was not brought up by any residents.

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