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Schenectady wins with best tasting water in the county

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The city of Schenectady won the 2011 Best Tasting Drinking Water Competition for Schenectady County today, beating the village of Scotia by three votes. “We are very proud and honored,” said Joe Davis, the water operations supervisor for the city of Schenectady. “It’s tough competition.” Approximately 55 people voted at the booth held at the Schenectady Farmers Market after tasting samples from the towns of Niskayuna, Rotterdam and Princetown as well the city of Schenectady ...


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dlittlecook
June 30, 2011
2:20 p.m.

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How does that work? Schenectady and Scotia get their water from the same place as well as Glenville. Do they treat it different? Glenville's water is nasty hard. Just installed a softner after 3 years of crud on dishes and shower walls.

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