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August 23, 2014, 10:18 am
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Gravel Pit Study Called Into Question, City Defends Findings


Angry words are being exchanged over Springfield’s efforts to find a backup water supply.

 

The latest controversy is over the recent study that finds the city’s gravel pits would not provide an adequate supply of water in a severe drought situation.

 

Springfield attorney Don Hanrahan… who has long opposed the idea of building a second lake… suggested that the latest study is part of an “agenda” by City Water Light and Power to jump start the Hunter Lake project.

 

But chief utilities engineer Eric Hobbie denies that, and says his only agenda is to make sure Springfield has enough water, whatever the source.

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