Drinking Water Contamination in Caseville’s Water System


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  1. Sherry B says:

    I think it’s a sad day when beautiful pristine Caseville and lake Huron are being polluted. It is supposed to be a place of refuge, fresh air, and clean water. We have owned our lake home since we built it by hand in the 1950s. My parents and grandparents were ecologically and environmentally conscious way before recycling came into affect ie canning, gardening, recycling, repurposing, and making do with a modest home not some half million to a million dollar beach house. Plastics left over from people who don’t bother to pick up after their firework displays and beach trash lead to fish and wildlife ingesting them, and pollute our water. We should ban fireworks on Caseville beaches because quite a few people have ruined it for all of us.

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