Lodi officials spent Tuesday morning learning about water and soil extraction wells that the city installed to deal with groundwater contamination. The council toured the two wells and treatment facility in the alley between Church, Pine, Oak and Pleasant streets as part of the meeting.
The equipment is the result of the city's monitoring and cleanup of PCE/TCE, two chemicals commonly used by dry cleaners and metal shops decades ago. The chemicals ended up in the soil, and after a long legal battle, the city reached a settlement with a variety of local business, including the Lodi News-Sentinel.
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