Wrangell Sentinel -

Water watch comes to an end

 

August 29, 2019

Thanks to several days of rainy weather, and lessening demand for water from Wrangell's seafood processors, city officials declared the Stage I water watch over. Both of the city's reservoirs are overflowing, according to a Friday, Aug. 23 Facebook post announcing the end of the water watch. Wrangell went on the water watch back in June, and briefly declared another water watch before that in March. In a Stage I water watch, community members are asked to conserve water in any way they could. This includes fixing leaky pipes, taking shorter showers, and using water for car washing or other...



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