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Lake Michigan could be tapped for Wrightstown drinking water

9:19 PM, May 12, 2014
Ed Rabbe of Manitowoc walks the beach of Lake Michigan at Red Arrow Park on April 26 in Manitowoc. Lake Michigan water could be flowing to Wrightstown residents by next year under a deal tentatively approved by the Green Bay Water Commission.
Ed Rabbe of Manitowoc walks the beach of Lake Michigan at Red Arrow Park on April 26 in Manitowoc. Lake Michigan water could be flowing to Wrightstown residents by next year under a deal tentatively approved by the Green Bay Water Commission.
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Lake Michigan water could be flowing to Wrightstown residents by next year under a deal tentatively approved by the Green Bay Water Commission.

Water commissioners agreed Monday to supply about 200,000 gallons a day on average to the southern Brown County community, which has been troubled by poor water quality from underground wells.

It would be the first major expansion of the Green Bay water system in five years. ...

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