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On Dec. 20, the city of Tustin will be required to reduce the concentration of selenium in the city’s water supply, and if it fails to do that, it could face fines of thousands of dollars per day.

“As of now, we’re not going to meet that mandate,” Gavello says. “We can be fined millions of dollars per year if we don’t solve this problem. I’m going to keep going to the meetings and speak out passionately to protect the residents and taxpayers of my city, whether I’m on the committee or not.”

Jason Crosby

nschou@ocweekly.com

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