JEFFERSON CITY — The former deputy chief of Missouri's environmental agency said he regrets the delayed release of an E. coli report from the Lake of the Ozarks because the controversy has created suspicion toward the agency, but he maintains the wait did not risk public health.
Former DNR deputy director regrets E. coli delay
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