Others, however, take a little more of a long-term and skeptical point of view.
So, with those two worldviews in mind, what are we to make of this article?
Is this yet more bad news (and bad publicity) for the Little City That Couldn't? Or is this the kind of Federal SNAFU that could be expected from a project of this scale? Is this the City's bold attempt to shake the Feds down for a few more dollars? Or, is this the forward and vigilant City Council trying to protect their ever-more-burdened ratepayers?
And if it all ends in tears...Will they be potable?