Drinking water in Arlington, Texas, tested positive for trace concentrations of the anti-anxiety medication meprobamate, city officials revealed Monday in response to a series of public records requests. In a February interview with The Associated Press, Mayor Robert Cluck said trace concentrations of one pharmaceutical had been found in treated drinking water, but he declined to name it. He said revealing the name in the post-9/11 world could cause a terrorist to intentionally release more of the drug, causing harm to residents. "I don't want to take that chance," Cluck said. "There is no public hazard, and I don't want to create one." Monday's identification of meprobamate came after the Texas attorney general said those concerns were not well founded. More: http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/storie...ME&TEMPLATE=DEFAULT&CTIME=2008-06-09-18-16-22 The testing is paid for by taxpayers. i have a problem with Mayor Robert Cluck keeping secrets.