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    One day after revealing lead in water at 2 Tacoma schools – Mann and Reed elementary – Tacoma Public Schools invites media to watch follow up water testing at both schools conducted by Orion Environmental Services of Federal Way.

One day after revealing lead in water at 2 Tacoma schools – Mann and Reed elementary – Tacoma Public Schools invites media to watch follow up water testing at both schools conducted by Orion Environmental Services of Federal Way. David Montesino dmontesino@thenewstribune.com
One day after revealing lead in water at 2 Tacoma schools – Mann and Reed elementary – Tacoma Public Schools invites media to watch follow up water testing at both schools conducted by Orion Environmental Services of Federal Way. David Montesino dmontesino@thenewstribune.com

High lead levels found in drinking water in 4 more Tacoma schools

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