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City of Lauderhill Meets the Standards for Excellent Drinking Water

City of Lauderhill

NEWS RELEASE

City of Lauderhill Meets the Standards for Excellent Drinking Water

Lauderhill, Florida – May 6, 2019 - 12 Noon. Lauderhill Department of Environmental and Engineering Services (Utilities Division) has been awarded outstanding EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) reports over the last several years for meeting all the required health guidelines as it pertains to our drinking water.

Early this morning, to the dismay of Lauderhill Water System Professionals, a local news agency made an unsubstantiated report about the City of Lauderhill’s drinking water quality.

The City of Lauderhill’s drinking water quality is in compliance and good standing with the EPA, the Health Department and other regulatory agencies.

If you have any questions please call the Utilities Department at 954-730-4225.

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