Water solution?

According to Director of Public Works Wayne Stephens, a report on this alternate source of water is “imminent.”  And when it comes back, Fluvanna may have a whole new option on the table.

Seven holes in the ground over by Carysbrook may hold the key to solving Fluvanna’s water woes.  So close to Carysbrook that only a true local could tell the difference, the Thomasville area has several wells standing idle.  And these so-called Thomasville wells have been rumored to have a capacity of 150,000 to 400,000 gallons per day, though Stephens clarifies that, without any data, the county has no idea of what the Thomasville wells’ true yield would be.

Soon, however, the lack of data will be replaced with hard facts.  — Read the rest of the story in this week’s issue of the Fluvanna Review.

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