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Already on the hook for Pavillion cisterns, state to pay for water too

Jan 28, 2014 By Eric Blom, Staff Writer

Gov. Matt Mead has committed another $400,000 to provide water for Pavillion-area landowners affected by bad groundwater and receiving a cistern from a state ...


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Jerimiah Rieman, natural resource policy adviser for Gov. Matt Mead, said Pavillion-area residents affected by bad groundwater had many questions to answer in creating an organization to manage $400,000 Mead allocated to them for water. Photo by Eric Blom

Jerimiah Rieman, natural resource policy adviser for Gov. Matt Mead, said Pavillion-area residents affected by bad groundwater had many questions to answer in creating an organization to manage $400,000 Mead allocated to them for water. Photo by Eric Blom


Jerimiah Rieman, natural resource policy adviser for Gov. Matt Mead, said Pavillion-area residents affected by bad groundwater had many questions to answer in creating an organization to manage $400,000 Mead allocated to them for water. Photo by Eric Blom

Jerimiah Rieman, natural resource policy adviser for Gov. Matt Mead, said Pavillion-area residents affected by bad groundwater had many questions to answer in creating an organization to manage $400,000 Mead allocated to them for water. Photo by Eric Blom

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