Research shows unhealthy water levels in Bithlo

Jan 7, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: WFTV Orlando

New research shows many of the water wells in Bithlo are so toxic, they could be putting residents' health in danger.

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#1
Jan 8, 2013
 
BOVINE MANURE! More chicken little babble from the UGO thugs!
poz

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#2
Jan 9, 2013
 
Tim must go! His lies are believed by too many people! There isn't any truth to these numbers! The health dept has done a lot of testing & the water is ok!
The Question

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Jan 9, 2013
 
Simple Solution- Why don't the residents with bad wells just spend the $9000 to upgrade their wells? Instead of us with good wells having to spend $9000 for city water.
poz

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Jan 9, 2013
 
Great idea!!
Bithlo resident

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Jan 14, 2013
 
The Question wrote:
Simple Solution- Why don't the residents with bad wells just spend the $9000 to upgrade their wells? Instead of us with good wells having to spend $9000 for city water.
And the chance to have rates raised by 83% like wedgefield had recently. NO CITY WATER!
The Question

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Jan 14, 2013
 
Bithlo resident wrote:
<quoted text>And the chance to have rates raised by 83% like wedgefield had recently. NO CITY WATER!
Yeah, if you actually read my comments. You would see I said no city water. I said those with bad wells, should fix their wells, not me buying city water.
Kenny 3

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#7
Jan 16, 2013
 
As it has been forever, it will be forever, Orange County don't care about Bithlo, just pay your taxes and shut up. Just ask Bill Dongean.
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Jan 18, 2013
 
The Question wrote:
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Yeah, if you actually read my comments. You would see I said no city water. I said those with bad wells, should fix their wells, not me buying city water.
If you actually lived here for the past 15 years or longer you would better understand what I was saying.Listen up or shut up.
bithlo born and raised

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#9
Dec 24, 2013
 
The wells are NOT the freaking problem!!!!!!!!!! Yeah, the county testec mine. Said it was perfect. We got giardia, look it up. Replaced our well and ALL plumbing, still got sick. For years bithlo had a recycling plant, kinda big, thatvwas shut down due to the high levels of contaminants found in the surrounding waters....then tberes E&H and all tbe other junk yards that were here 30+ years ago... before they were regulated, pouri g poisin into tbe ground and into thecwater that SUPPLIES our wells. After going through that illness twice, paying a fortune for all new well and water linesm and then anither fortune ion the siftener/filter system we have now...I am for city water. Its costs me 50 per month on my power bill for the well and I know a lot of people with city water who pay 18-50 for water depending on family size. Its worth it to me.
bithlo born and raised

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#10
Dec 24, 2013
 
If you truly believe everything the government is spitting your way, you have bigger issues than this town lol

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