Petersburg Pilot -

By Dan Rudy 

Water in Wrangell seems to be fine at start of summer

 

Illustration by Tawney Flores

WRANGELL - The glass appears to be on the half-full side for Wrangell's water situation, as the season for peak usage of the resource starts up.

"Our outlook is very good right now," reported Amber Al-Haddad, director for Public Works.

While reservoir levels have dropped slightly since the spring due to drier than usual weather conditions, raw water reserves are still looking healthy. The city's treated water supply comes from a pair of open reservoirs, with the treatment plant drawing from the lower of them. Together, their maximum capacity has been estimated at 56,700,000 gallons, though...



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