Fircrest Public Works employee Tim Piercy collects a monthly water sample Wednesday from one of seven sample collection stations by Fircrest Park in Fircrest. The city has to add chlorine to its water after it had four hits of coliform in the tests over a 12-month. The total coliform is not a major public health risk, but the tests mean there is a potential for more serious bacteria to enter the water source.
Fircrest Public Works employee Tim Piercy collects a monthly water sample Wednesday from one of seven sample collection stations by Fircrest Park in Fircrest. The city has to add chlorine to its water after it had four hits of coliform in the tests over a 12-month. The total coliform is not a major public health risk, but the tests mean there is a potential for more serious bacteria to enter the water source. Lui Kit Wong lwong@thenewstribune.com
Fircrest Public Works employee Tim Piercy collects a monthly water sample Wednesday from one of seven sample collection stations by Fircrest Park in Fircrest. The city has to add chlorine to its water after it had four hits of coliform in the tests over a 12-month. The total coliform is not a major public health risk, but the tests mean there is a potential for more serious bacteria to enter the water source. Lui Kit Wong lwong@thenewstribune.com