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We seem to live in a word of everyone carry plastic water bottles, this week's Reader Poll asks the question. . .  Do you like the taste and quality of the water that comes out of the tap in Las Vegas?  Why or Why Not?

PLEASE NOTE: The following text entries are the words of our readers
and may not be full sentences, correct grammar or correct spelling.


Reader Poll Replies:

* I like drinking the water they serve me in restaurants in Vegas.  It is much better than the water I wont drink in Detroit where I live.   Ann  Sorenson  MI

* I feel if they wash my silverware and dishes in tap water then it should be good enough for me to drink.  Bob Edwards  FL

* Good Morning, As I have never been to Las Vegas before, but will be coming this Christmas I can only tell you what the water here in Tipp City Ohio taste like and you can tell for yourself if I would like it.  The entire county of (Miami) is sitting on a limestone base and the water here has a very milky quality about it. If you get up in the middle of the night to get a tap water drink the smell is putrid, like rotten fish and Clorox. Everyone has a filter attached to their sink to just be able to cook with the water, if not the coffee pot, pans that you heat water up in will have a crust on it that you have to use *CLR* on to get it out.  Thank you for letting me vent on water.   Audrey Dillon

Yes!  Jesus O Diaz

The water in Texas was good many years ago but it has gone downhill a lot.  The Vegas water seems to be very clear, no odor, and has a good taste, my family and I like it very much.  Good question, keep up the good work and see you in Vegas soon.  Bob & Vivian W.   TX

* Water? In Vegas? I have never had either tap OR bottled water while I have been in Las Vegas. It's coffee or Heineken's for this gal while in town.  D. Elliot



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