Changeset 13199 in main


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02/22/17 08:09:16 (5 years ago)
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Paul Leo
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Changes as per Deyonne

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  • adopters/nm-epht/trunk/src/main/webapps/epht-view-content/xml/html_content/newsroom/newstrack/Announcements.xml

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    1010                        <TITLE>Water Fairs</TITLE>
    1111                        <CONTENT>
    12                                 The series of private well water testing fairs for autumn 2016 has concluded and we
    13                                 saw an excellent turnout from New Mexicans who took advantage of the free public
    14                                 health opportunity to learn about the quality of their drinking water. Check back
    15                                 here soon to learn about specially-added water fairs and the locations for
    16                                 the spring series.
     12                                Private wells owners in New Mexico have the chance to get their drinking water tested
     13                                for free! The 2017 Private Well Water Testing series begins in March. We had an excellent
     14                                turnout in 2016 from New Mexicans who took advantage of the free public health opportunity.
     15                                Let's top that in 2017! See the schedule and learn more about the program
     16                                <a ibis:href="environment/water/private_wells/TestFairs.html">here.</a>
    1717                        </CONTENT>
    1818                </ibis:ExpandableContent>
     
    2020                        <TITLE>Biomonitoring</TITLE>
    2121                        <CONTENT>
    22                                 Check here often to learn about biomonitoring opportunities
    23                                 that may be happening in your community soon. 
     22                                Biomonitoring results packets have been sent to participants of the
     23                                Farmington/San Juan County project. We thank all the participants for taking part in
     24                                this biomonitoring assessment.
     25                                <br/><br/>
     26                                Check <a ibis:href="environment/water/private_wells/Assessment.html">here.</a> often to
     27                                learn about biomonitoring opportunities that may be happening in your community soon.
     28                                <br/><br/>
     29                                What is biomonitoring? Find out <a ibis:href="environment/Biomonitoring.html">here.</a>
    2430                        </CONTENT>
    2531                </ibis:ExpandableContent>
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