Logan County water district breaks ground for new tower
Residents of Logan County who live east of Interstate 35 hope a new water tower will put an end to their water pressure problems.
Marilyn Barton smiled as she lifted her golden shovel, loaded with Logan County dirt.
The president of Logan County Rural Water District No. 1 stood with fellow board members and officers during a groundbreaking ceremony about a shovel’s length from a mud hole, the site of a water tower that could be the answer to a growing community’s water problems.
Logan County residents who live on the east side of Interstate 35 said they have been dealing with low water pressure on a regular basis.
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