Coventry Village Residents Advised Not To Drink The Water

Sarah Vose, a toxicologist with the Department of Health, Tim Raymond, operations and engineering section chief of Vermont Drinking Water and Groundwater Protection, Patrick Smart from the Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation and Jeannie Desrochers speak about high arsenic levels in the Coventry drinking water Thursday evening. (Photo by Christopher Roy)
Staff Writer

Coventry residents are being urged to find an alternative source of drinking water due to high arsenic levels. About 60 customers that include private homes, businesses, the village school and town offices get their water from the system. Read more in Monday's NDE.