Source: https://triblive.com/, February 10, 2020
By: Rich Cholodofsky
The county spent nearly $24,000 to combat Legionella bacteria since late January, after it was discovered in the water system of Westmoreland Manor.
Officials said Monday a private company was hired to flush the water systems at the county-owned nursing home in Hempfield with chlorine, while additional expenses included the purchase of bottled water for residents to drink and to use for hygiene. Read more.