Discolored water reported in Tipton Lakes

Columbus City Utilities said there is no risk to public health after officials received 10 to 15 reports of discolored water around the Greystone Cluster in Tipton Lakes. The brownish-colored water was caused by iron, which is a naturally occurring element in the city’s groundwater system, according to Scott Dompke, director of Columbus City Utilities.

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