The Augusta utilities director said Monday his agency properly tests for lead in drinking water after a newspaper reported that the East Georgia city,... Report: Augusta water improperly tested for lead

The Augusta utilities director said Monday his agency properly tests for lead in drinking water after a newspaper reported that the East Georgia city, and 32 others, “cheats” to avoid reporting potentially dangerous levels of lead.

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