Trenton Water Works Holding Public Meetings to Answer Your Questions
Trenton Water Works will be holding public meetings all over Mercer County starting tonight through April, to answer your questions about your water, according to the Trentonian.
It's been nothing but bad news from them lately, in my opinion. My house is supplied by Trenton Water Works, and I'm so sick of getting letters in the mail telling us that a broken filter went undetected, or there'a a boil water advisory, or there's an elevated level of lead in samples taken, and more water quality issues, like they've been hit with more violations. Let's just say that the water in the Trenton area has definitely become a water cooler (no pun intended. Lol) topic lately, and it's not good chatter.
I admit, at first, I wasn't alarmed, thinking it may be overblown, or didn't affect us directly, but, now after multiple warnings, we've switched to bottled water, yet, I'm still paying the water company for water that I'm not sure is safe to consume, cook with, etc. I, as well as many local residents, have so many questions that we deserve answers to.
It's nice to see that Trenton Water Works, now under the direction of former West Windsor Mayor, Dr. Shing-Fu Hsueh, will be answering our questions starting tonight, in these planned public meetings. Water quality and improvements in their operations will be discussed too.
The Trentonian had the schedule of the meetings:
Trenton: The atrium at City Hall, 319 East State Street, TONIGHT, Wednesday, March 13 from 6-8 pm
Hamilton Township: Wednesday, March 27, from 6-8 pm at Grice Middle School, 901 Whitehorse-Hamilton Square Road.
Ewing: Wednesday, April 3, from 7-9 pm at Ewing Senior Community Center, 999 Lower Ferry Road.
Hopewell: Wednesday, April 10, from 7-9 p.m. at Stony Brook Elementary School, 20 Stephenson Road in Pennington.
Lawrence: Wednesday, April 24, from 7-9 pm at Lawrence Senior Center, 30 Darrah Lane East.
Go and be heard.