|Public Water Supply||County||Sample Measure||#Exceedances|
|DAKOTA CITY, CITY OF||Dakota||17ppb-19ppb||2|
|LAKE ALLURE SUBDIVISION - ASHLAND||Saunders||65.18ppb-79.32ppb||2|
|GIBBON, CITY OF||Buffalo||19ppb||1|
|TEKAMAH, CITY OF||Burt||15.9ppb||1|
|DWIGHT, VILLAGE OF||Butler||45.43ppb||1|
|GLENVIL, VILLAGE OF||Clay||35ppb||1|
|HICKMAN, CITY OF||Lancaster||54.5ppb||1|
|GOEHNER, VILLAGE OF||Seward||35.6ppb||1|
|MOUNT MICHAEL HIGH SCHOOL||Douglas||23.5ppb||1|
|THE IAMS COMPANY - AURORA PLANT||Hamilton||53.6ppb||1|
|ARMY NATIONAL GUARD CATS - MEAD||Saunders||26.7ppb||1|
|BAYER CROP-SCIENCE WHEAT BREED'G STATION||Seward||20.1ppb||1|
|JEFFERSON CO DIST 300 - TRI-COUNTY||Jefferson||15.9ppb||1|
UPDATE: M.U.D.'s bizarre, confusing twitter responses to AKSARBENT's post:
First, there was this:
Obviously, water systems near Lincoln and other parts of Nebraska distant from Omaha are not part of M.U.D. But contrary to M.U.D.'s false insinuation that they are private, several are, in fact, public.
Then there was this:
Well, M.U.D. does serve Douglas County, even if Mt. Michael's has its own, private well.
We think what M.U.D. was trying to say was:
"We would like to clarify that although M.U.D. provides water throughout Douglas County, Mt. Michael uses a private water supply which does not come from M.U.D. We think your "Public Water Supply" column title might lead to some confusion."
That would have been a valid criticism of USA Today's labeling (which AKSARBENT used) and would have avoided further confusing the issue.
If M.U.D. doesn't know how to get around twitter's 140-characters tweet limit by making a screencap of a paragraph in Microsoft Word, AKSARBENT would be happy to demonstrate, provided whoever runs their twitter account is be willing to take a remedial course in business English taught by someone who could foster some attention to clarity in the utility's social media statements.