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INDIAN LAND – Panhandle residents, mostly from the Sun City and Black Horse Run neighborhoods, questioned local and state officials about their water quality during a meeting sponsored by the Indian Land Action Council on Wednesday.
Officials from the S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control admitted DHEC was at fault in a delay in notifying local water customers about a water violation earlier this year.
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