A current agricultural well may be converted for residential water use as early as this summer, doubling the city’s well water supply, if drillers and supplies can be found, Ephraim City Development Director Bryan Kimball told the council at last week’s city council meeting.
The plan to expand the Axtell water supply has been under discussion for quite some time, but good news surfaced recently when approval was granted, and permits were given to get the project going.
Thanks to the approval granted at a public hearing on Dec. 15 to start issuing bonds to purchase more culinary water rights, Centerfield City is one step closer to unsnarling its culinary water problems.
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