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State offers water cisterns to residents near Pavillion

Jun 1, 2012 By Martin Reed, Staff Writer

State government officials on Thursday night in Pavillion offered two choices to residents living east of Pavillion affected by poor quality drinking water ...


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Wyoming Water Development Office director Mike Purcell, left, and Jeremiah Rieman, Gov. Matt Mead's natural resource policy adviser, addressed the roughly 50 people attending a meeting Thursday on a plan to install cisterns east of Pavillion to address water issues. Photo by Martin Reed

Wyoming Water Development Office director Mike Purcell, left, and Jeremiah Rieman, Gov. Matt Mead's natural resource policy adviser, addressed the roughly 50 people attending a meeting Thursday on a plan to install cisterns east of Pavillion to address water issues. Photo by Martin Reed


Wyoming Water Development Office director Mike Purcell, left, and Jeremiah Rieman, Gov. Matt Mead's natural resource policy adviser, addressed the roughly 50 people attending a meeting Thursday on a plan to install cisterns east of Pavillion to address water issues. Photo by Martin Reed

Wyoming Water Development Office director Mike Purcell, left, and Jeremiah Rieman, Gov. Matt Mead's natural resource policy adviser, addressed the roughly 50 people attending a meeting Thursday on a plan to install cisterns east of Pavillion to address water issues. Photo by Martin Reed

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