University Place residents worried for water (FL)

The future of one of University Place’s largest ponds remains mucky as it battles drought conditions and a failed water well.  The well in Pond 14 has collapsed and can’t refill the pond, which provides irrigation water to a section of homes within University Place.  The University Place Community Development District board on April 26 voted unanimously to approve a $19,500 contract with Parrish Well Drilling to cap off the old well and drill a new one for the lake. Drilling a new well will be more secure in the long term. Redrilling the old well could result in future collapses, the district’s engineer told supervisors.   Read the article………….


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