MOORESTOWN, NJ (WTXF) - There are concerns about the drinking water in one South Jersey community.
The town council met with residents last night to address the issue.
The township council in Moorestown, New Jersey held an emergency meeting with people demanding answers as to why their drinking water is contaminated.
Township officials assured residents the water is safe, despite higher traces of chemicals are still being found in the water after more than 2 years.
Officials say the contaminants are not at harmful levels.
The township is already in the processes of building three new water treatment plants and replacing old mains, but those fixes are years away.