Manasquan residents want investigation into red water

Residents who live on Willow Way in Manasquan want the town to investigate why their water has been red for the last three months.Locals have

MANASQUAN - Residents who live on Willow Way in Manasquan want the town to investigate why their water has been red for the last three months.

Locals have been using bottled water to brush their teeth, cook and drink.

Manasquan Water has been flushing the hydrants, but residents say more action is needed. They also added that they are working on the problem and taking regular water samples to try and find the cause.

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