Bills aim to save NH drinking water
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Deanna Anthony said the water quality in her home took a turn for the worse in May 2018. It was orange, tasted badly and smelled terrible.
In July of that same year, the water stopped running altogether, she said. Her well had gone dry — and many of her neighbors’ wells were also out of water.
Later, in April of this year, the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services linked Anthony’s water issues, as well as those of other homeowners in Hampstead, with excessive water pumping by the Hampstead Area Water Company at its Kent Farm well.