The citizens spoke and the public officials listened. Chloramines will no longer be considered and carbon filtration will be studied.
The Charlottesville media were on top of their games last night as they tweeted the meeting and the public comments, most using the #Chloramines hashtag, making following the
debate hearing even easier. There were a lot of great public comments, but I’d have to say my two favorites (that were tweeted) were:
— Aaron Richardson (@dp_Albemarle) July 26, 2012
public- please consider the unintended consequences of costs, real estate agents are worried about the effects this could have #chloramines
— Cville Tomorrow (@cvilletomorrow) July 26, 2012
I’m proud of our community and our elected officials.
And, so we know how much money we’re talking about:
costs for a household of 4 with avg consumption is $1.20/mo for #chloramines and $4.83/mo with GAC but water buyers would have higher costs
— Cville Tomorrow (@cvilletomorrow) July 25, 2012