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Everything Including the Kitchen Sink - Shared screen with speaker view
Shawna
01:04:05
Hi, is there a plan for the remaining 48 lead services in Brookings and what would be the timeline.. Thanks
Lawrence Novotny
01:07:26
what are the issues with preventing the aquifers from becoming contaminated
Mikaela Neubauer
01:07:46
Getting away from the more technical aspects of water, here, but what can individuals do to keep our water safe and accessible for future generations in Brookings and across the state? This may be a question best fit for Daniel and Kathy.
Jennifer McLaughlin
01:11:09
When reading about environmental justice, you often read about Native American, Black, and Hispanic populations being more affected by pollution. Are tribal lands in SD affected by water pollution? If so, what is being done to address it?
Dianne.Nagy
01:12:08
A recurring concern in the book was hot tap water. Does temperature diminish the quality of tap water in Brookings?
Connie McKnight
01:13:00
Why was Brookings limited this summer on water usage for lawns?
Dianne.Nagy
01:28:28
Thank you for your work, Daniel!
Daniel Grassrope
01:45:46
Indigenous Environmental Network, Dakota Rural Action, Green Peace, Cheyenne River Grassroots Collective, Standing Rock Youth Council, giniw collective, Bold Nebraska, About Face “Veterans Against Foreign Wars,” just to name a few to follow on social media and some have their own web-sites.
Charlene Ward
01:47:28
Thank you all, this has been very interesting and I appreciate your passion to protect this precious resource.
Lawrence Novotny
01:48:30
thanks to Jay and the panelists for an informative presentation.
Jennifer McLaughlin
01:50:19
How can people contact BMU if they see an issue?
Kathy Tyler
01:58:56
Thank you!!
Dianne.Nagy
01:59:24
Keep fighting the good fight, Kathy!
Daniel Grassrope
01:59:34
Thank y’all so much!!!
ahnaduggan
02:00:32
Thank you!