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$30M reservoir will help during droughts

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Water, sewer district to join Union County in project

By Chris Sardelli

Mark Knight hopes a new water storage project will protect Lancaster County during a water emergency.
Knight, manager of the Lancaster County Water and Sewer District, is promoting the creation of a new raw water storage reservoir in the county. The reservoir will be built at the site of the Catawba River water treatment plant, as part of a joint venture between the district and Union County, N.C.
Knight said the district realized the need for more water storage after severe drought conditions affected the area in recent years.


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