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  1. I wasn’t available for the 1st 5 parts, but may I take you back a few years to James Park H2O issues, particularly to 2 constituents of coal tar found in/on H2O lines in parts per trillion. There was 3 H2O Quality meetings on this, AND emails that “melted” away over time, presenting no threat to us? This venture cost us $8 million. Note that the 2 residuals were also found in a H2O sample from NE Evanston? I asked at that time whether there was indication of lead? We all know now of Flint, MI & Dixmore, IL, where lead contamination has affected the mental development of the young. Those levels are in parts per billion!