Two plastic buckets sit in a corner of the Woodrat Water Treatment Plant in Bolinas. Both are filled with chlorine-treated water pulled from a reservoir operated by the Bolinas Community Public Utility District, but one of the buckets also holds a small dose of a coagulant called aluminum hydrochlorate. In a few weeks, shift operator Lewie Likover will . . .

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