KENTLAND, Ind. (WLFI) – The town of Kentland is taking action to make sure residents have clean drinking water, it’s an update to a story News 18 first brought you last month.
Indiana Department of Environmental Management spokesperson Barry Sneed said the department did investigate complaints.
Bacti samples were taken from the homes that reported issues, and the results came back without any problems.
According to IDEM, the town has flushed water lines and has filled the water towers with less volume to ensure water doesn’t sit stagnant.
News 18 reached out to town representatives, but they had no comment.