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Smithville wins best tasting water
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Pictured from left are Amanda Mainord of the Upper Cumberland Development District; Kevin Robinson, Smithville Public Works Director; Michael Detwiler of Congressman Diane Blacks Office; Todd Bowman, Smithville Water Plant Superintendent; and Lee Wray of Cookeville Communications.
The Tennessee Association of Utility Districts (TAUD) recently announced Smithville Water and Sewer the winner of the Region Four “Best Tasting Water Contest” at the Cookeville Golf and Country Club. In addition to Smithville Water and Sewer, the other competing utilities from Region Four that submitted samples of their drinking water were Bondecroft Utility District, Byrdstown Water Department, the City of Celina, Crab Orchard Utility District, the City of Crossville, Jamestown Gas and Water, Livingston Utilities, McMinnville Utilities, Red Boiling Springs Water, Smithville Water and Sewer, Warren County Utility District, and West Warren-Viola Utility District.Cookeville Communications Radio host Lee Wray, Upper Cumberland Development District’s Amanda Mainord and Michael Detwiler with Congressman Diane Black participated as judges for the contest. The judges performed two “taste-offs” to determine Smithville Water and Sewer the winner of the competition.