Residents are updated on status of water contamination in Grayling
Concerned Grayling residents packed a public meeting on Monday for an update on the status of their drinking water.
CRAWFORD COUNTY, Mich. (WPBN/WGTU) — Concerned Grayling residents packed a public meeting on Monday for an update on the status of their drinking water.
Back in May it was announced that potentially harmful chemicals called PFC’s were found in the water supply.
Recent tests showed elevated levels of the chemicals were found in Lake Margrethe.
"How fast is this going to go into the sand and into my well on the east side of the lake?"
"We will be looking into the residential well sampling."
Rothe said the PFC’s were found in the foam on top of Lake Margrethe.
"What we found is that the chemical that is still the main concern in Lake Margrethe is not the PFC’s," said Groetsch.
In hopes of better understanding the situation the governor’s office has assigned a response team.
The next meeting has not been scheduled, but investigators hope to set a date once they have new test results.