The water in Franklin, TN has had a bit of an odor to it, dipped below state regulations, and it going to get more expensive. While none of these are positive, there is good news in the report that the Franklin water supply has faced these issues , notified the public if any issues and that the issues are all behind us now except for the price hike. In past dry summers such as this one there were water restrictions to avoid a shortage. This year there were no shortages, and the water despite the smell was deemed safe to drink. The shortage issues was resolved by repairing a leak in the reservoir and they utilized a $4 Million+ federal stimulus money to help with this repair.
The aldermen of Franklin voted 6-0 to raise water and waste-water rates in coming years. These increases are going to allow the city to continue to make Franklin, TN a great place to live. Thanks to The Tennessean for bringing us the full story on this subject.
Many homes are setup with filtration of their tap water either whole house, filters at the tap and refrigerators with filters for their in-door water dispensers. I would like to hear how you filter water at your home or if you drink bottled water or straight from the tap.
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