Water woes a hot topic (MS)

Water, water and more water was the theme of Tuesday night’s Lafayette County Board of Supervisors meeting as once again concerns over water pressure, fire protection and a high hazard dam were raised regarding the proposed Pebble Creek subdivision.   Read the article………….


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