Frank Reil a plumber with the Tacoma School District test the water after installing a new faucet and drinking fountain in the school library at Whittier Elementary, in Fircrest last month. The new fixtures were installed as a precaution as Tacoma School District’s testing of school’s for lead contaminated water expanded.
Frank Reil a plumber with the Tacoma School District test the water after installing a new faucet and drinking fountain in the school library at Whittier Elementary, in Fircrest last month. The new fixtures were installed as a precaution as Tacoma School District’s testing of school’s for lead contaminated water expanded. Dean J. Koepfler Staff file
Frank Reil a plumber with the Tacoma School District test the water after installing a new faucet and drinking fountain in the school library at Whittier Elementary, in Fircrest last month. The new fixtures were installed as a precaution as Tacoma School District’s testing of school’s for lead contaminated water expanded. Dean J. Koepfler Staff file

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