Jacobs promises to test Bithlo wells for contaminated water
Bithlo residents fear the water in their wells may be contaminated from a long-ago petroleum spill - and some say Orange County isn't doing enough to determine whether they're in danger.
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#1 Jan 1, 2012
The water is fine. The sky is not falling. The non-residents are stirring up trouble for Bithlo. The Orlando Sentinel should be ashamed to print this hyperbole when they know Bithlo residents just want to be left alone. Unfortunately, Tim McKinney and his host of outsiders and anti-community followers are trying to make Bithlo an urban ghetto by having uncontrolled growth and development over run our rural community.
Why can't this guy get it through his head that we can make our own decisions here and don't need anyone from outside of our community demanding a "transformation" for those of us who actually live here and have for generations with no problem with our water.The problem is UGO!
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