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Indian Land resident Meta Wasson wants some answers.
Wasson said Lancaster County Water and Sewer District officials won't answer questions about a public notice she received in her water bill on June 17. The notice warned her of a higher than normal contaminate level in the county's drinking water. Her questions were referred to the district's water treatment plant, but the director is on vacation.
The S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control hasn't been much help either, Wasson said.
"Why were we not notified in a timely manner?" Wasson asked.
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