August 25, 2010 - Residents who have not had access to their drinking water for about a year now were disappointed and frustrated Tuesday night after still not getting the answers they were looking for from state officials - the source of the groundwater contamination and possible solutions.
More than 60 people packed the East Side Community Center, 6156 Douglas Ave., where state officials from the Department of Natural Resources and the Department of Health Services addressed concerns and answered questions during a two-hour public information meeting on the high levels of molybdenum found in wells in Caledonia and Oak Creek.
"Nobody wants to admit where (the contamination) is coming from - nobody knows nothing," said Josey Dorval, 68, of Caledonia. "And I don't know where to go. It's too much for me."