Water Utility Revives Aging Well Through Reconstruction

Originally constructed in 1939, Madison's Well No. 7 was considered state of the art at the time. But Father Time hasn't been so kind to this aging well.
Water Utility Revives Aging Well Through Reconstruction
Built in 1939, Well No. 7 was constructed during the era of the New Deal as a Works Progress Administration (WPA) project and is the second oldest operating well in Madison.

When turning on a faucet, it’s expected that clear, fresh water should flow readily into a waiting glass, but for many communities this hasn’t always been the case.

To make sure the City of Madison’s (Wisconsin) water supply did not fall into being one of those communities,...

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