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    Well Water Public Information Workshop

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    Wednesday, April 27, 2016 - 6:30pm - 8:00pm

    Do you have questions about your drinking water well?  Are you interested in testing your well water but not sure how to go about it?  Are you concerned about having low water pressure in the summer months or running out of water?  Is this the first time you have owned a home on a private well and are looking for more information?  If so, please plan on attend the Well Water Public Information Workshop on Wednesday, April 27th from 6:30-8pm at the Town Hall (3 North Lowell Road).  Representatives from NH Department of Environmental Services will be presenting information about well construction and well water testing, in addition to general information about well water in Windham.  A representative from Granite State Analytical will be there handing out well water test kits at discounted rates for Windham residents.  For more information about this event, please contact Laura Scott, Community Development Director, at 432-3806 or lscott@windhamnh.gov 

    http://www.windhamnewhampshire.com/event/well-water-public-information-workshop

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