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County gets its feet wet on water issues

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By Lou Elliott Jones, Editor

The Levy County Commission is looking for information on water — how much there is, how it is being used, where it is going and whether to join or form a water authority.

To that end it is checking whether a larger meeting place will be needed for a joint workshop on the region's water supply with the Suwannee River Water Management District and South West Florida Water Management District. The workshop set for noon, Dec. 8 at Bronson's old town hall, would also include representatives from the county's eight municipalities and the public.


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