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Governor Tomblin Asks WVAW to Make Potable and Bottled Water Available in Affected Areas
Friday, January 31, 2014 - 02:27 Updated 5 weeks ago From Press Release
“Immediately following West Virginia American Water’s DO NOT USE order on January 9, I began working with the West Virginia National Guard and Office of Emergency Services to provide water and supplies to impacted citizens,” Gov. Tomblin said. “While the DO NOT USE order has been lifted, we continue to receive calls from constituents and organizations requesting water be made available to their communities. To address this need, I have asked West Virginia American Water Company to make available potable and bottled water to West Virginians in the affected areas.”
To read the letter in its entirety, click here.