Residents asked questions about the effects of lead poisoning, the cost of lead line replacement and the responsibilities of local landlords at a panel discussion about water issues Tuesday night.

The standing room-only event, dubbed “Not Another Flint,” drew more than 100 people to the Kingsley Association in Larimer. It was hosted by the Our Water Campaign, a joint effort of several local environmental and social justice organizations whose goal is to maintain public control of water.

But the topics at Tuesday’s panel discussion were far-ranging, and included who should have to pay to replace lead service lines on private property.

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