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Meeting Jan. 24 to discuss Round Lake water contaminants

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The village of Round Lake will hold a public meeting Jan. 24, to discuss what’s being done about elevated levels of potentially hazardous chemicals in the village drinking water. Levels of trihalomethanes, which are a by-product of chlorine water disinfection, are slightly above the 0.08 milligrams per liter maximum safe standard set by the state Health Department — high enough to prompt quarterly notices being sent out to the village’s 305 households. The Saratoga County ...

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