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(Portland, OR)  --  There'll be working water fountains at Portland public schools when classes reopen.  The Oregonian reports that a two-year repair effort is finally wrapping up after traces of lead were discovered in the drinking water.  A former health and safety director at Oregon Health Sciences University was brought in to oversee the fix.  John Burnham says the drinking water will be good to go, as well as the water used in school kitchens, by the time the new school year starts.

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