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Continued: Running on empty? Wells draining the metro area

  • Article by: KEVIN GILES , Star Tribune
  • Last update: February 15, 2014 - 2:00 PM

“They’re beginning to see that if they don’t take care of the water, they won’t be able to stay in business here,” she said.

Craig Leiser, a district manager in the Browns Creek Watershed District, said that Washington County has a good groundwater plan and that people are working together to find solutions.

“All is not lost, but you have to keep listening and keep your eyes open,” he told the audience at the forum, sponsored by the Isaak Walton League, River Valley Action and the White Bear Lake Area League of Women Voters.

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