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The second hour of the premiere focuses on Madison and Walker going in search of a new water supply, which takes them to the bazaar — and takes them to some music from Breaking Bad, if my ears aren't mistaken?
Frei, who worked with New York’s Department of Environmental Protection on a project to look at the city’s water supply, said the city’s staff do a good job planning for severe weather.
About 51,000 residents remain without any water supply at all, mostly in the northern Novi and Farmington Hills areas, Great Lakes Water Authority CEO Sue McCormick said at a news conference Wednesday afternoon.
Because the water supply enters through the floor, the column can be installed anywhere, even in the center of the room.
Residents using private drinking water supply wells located within a half a mile of the spill site are urged to either boil or use distilled water for drinking, cooking, bathing and brushing their teeth.
The purpose of the program, which will continue through November, is to prevent contamination of the MDC's drinking water supplies as a result of, among other things, septic system failure, erosion, runoff, and other potential pollutants.
Residential sewer bills, which consistently outpace water costs, soared from about $22 a month in 2004 to more than $42 in 2016, according to surveys by the American Water Works Association, a nonprofit organization of water supply professionals.
One is believed to have been owned by a wealthy merchant who outfitted his villa with marble tiling, lush gardens and a water supply system.
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