Tap water in Lindenhurst, Illinois had its problems when the village used only well water — a whiff of sulfur or a rotten-egg smell and the need for water softeners, among others. That’s all consigned to the history books as of last week, when Lake Michigan water began to be blended into the village water system for the first time. Read the full story by the Lake County News-Sun.
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