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The water machines also have heaters and can dispense hot water for tea or noodles, he said. Upfront, the new machines are cheaper than drinking fountains, Mr. Bohannonsaid. They cost about $99 each, compared to about $450 for a fixed fountain. "They were surprised at how inexpensive those machines are now,"Mr. Schulte said. Installing a fixed fountain would require adding and connecting more piping, which would drive the cost even higher, Mr. Bohannon said. City staffers estimated it would be cheaper to buy the machines and service them in house rather than getting them installed and serviced

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The EPA says buildings built before 1986 are more likely to have lead pipes, fixtures and solder. Lead was banned in new construction that year. Sharpsville tested drinking water in all three of its buildings about two weeks ago, Ferko said. When the results came back this week with higher than acceptable levels of lead and copper, the district immediately contacted the media and posted water testing results on its website. The school has shut off the water to the sinks in its high school/middle school nurse's examination room, its high school chemistry room 75, elementary science room and

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Water test results from November to February in the three schools show iron levels as high as 3.32 milligram per liter, which is from a test conducted on Dec. 5 at Chesapeake Bay Middle, according to state data. The water is tested several times a week. In the past two weeks, test results show iron levels at or below 0.25 milligram per liter in four of the five test days, Arlotto's letter said. Eva Reynolds, the president of the Chesapeake Bay Middle School Parent Teacher Association, said she doesn't see flushing as a long-term solution. "I'm not looking for as clear as possible," she said,

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