Wrangell Sentinel -

By Dan Rudy 

Water tanks full, state of crisis continues


Though a crisis in the local water supply has subsided, Wrangell remains in a state of conservation through most of the rest of summer.

The City and Borough Assembly formally declared a state of disaster in a special meeting held July 19, after ready water reserves had fallen to a fraction of capacity. Problems with the water treatment plant’s filtration process meant supply could not keep up with demand, and early last week local seafood processors and the wider public were asked to reduce consumption.

Efficiencies undertaken by both processors and city departments, as well as a planned...

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