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Lodgepole considers well rehab

LODGEPOLE - The Lodgepole Village Board of Trustees is considering well rehabilitation as a possible solution to its arsenic problem.

“We’re looking to see if that would be an option for us. We don’t even know yet,” Tammy Sherman, Lodgepole city clerk, said. “We’re just gathering some information to see if our wells would maybe fit that category, to get in compliance with the arsenic levels.”

The Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services has regulations governing public water supply systems and requires quarterly water tests.

The state standard for arsenic is 0.010 milligrams per liter....


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