The Baltimore City Council has scheduled a series of hearings to discuss the city’s response to a Labor Day weekend E. coli outbreak in a portion of the city’s drinking water system. The hearings, which will begin Thursday at 1 p.m. and continue for the following two Thursdays, were called by the council’s Rules and Legislative Oversight Committee at the request of Councilman Eric Costello. Costello said the administration’s “unclear and inconsistent” communication of information with the public led to widespread confusion.
Baltimore City Council sets hearings on Labor Day weekend E. coli water contamination, calling communication ‘unclear and inconsistent’
September 13, 2022