The state's drinking water quality council met in Albany as members look for ways to ensure all communities have access to safe water supplies, and as Hoosick Falls marks two years since the PFOA problem began. A new filtration system is in place for the village but some residents are still skeptical. And that crisis made people all over the state more concerned about what's in their water. Joining us to talk about the hearing and the status of things in Hoosick Falls are Cathy Dawson, who lives in the village, Liz Moran from Environmental Advocates of New York, and Doctor Howard Freed.
Residents, advocates seek more action on improving drinking water quality
By Capital Tonight Staff | November 29, 2017 @7:06 PM