Livingston mayor pro tem Gurpal Samra, left, speaks about the new trichloropropane filtration system at well No. 8 with Livingston water utility operator Tony Avina, in Livingston on Dec. 30. The filtration system, which became active recently, serves Livingston residents as well as Foster Farms.
Livingston mayor pro tem Gurpal Samra, left, speaks about the new trichloropropane filtration system at well No. 8 with Livingston water utility operator Tony Avina, in Livingston on Dec. 30. The filtration system, which became active recently, serves Livingston residents as well as Foster Farms. Andrew Kuhn akuhn@mercedsunstar.com
Livingston mayor pro tem Gurpal Samra, left, speaks about the new trichloropropane filtration system at well No. 8 with Livingston water utility operator Tony Avina, in Livingston on Dec. 30. The filtration system, which became active recently, serves Livingston residents as well as Foster Farms. Andrew Kuhn akuhn@mercedsunstar.com

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