Sep 24, 2014 5:45 PM by News Staff
Residents whose wells have gone dry in Cohasset will soon be offered relief, community officials announced Wednesday.
Cohasset has become the latest North State community to deal with dry wells, or wells that are producing very little water.
In an effort to combat the issue, community organizations have come together to offer residents with dry wells access to potable water. The Cohasset Community Association, Chico Unified School District, Butte County Office of Emergency Management, and FGL Environmental collaborated to make portable water available.
Potable water will be offered for residents whose wells are dry or not producing water at Cohasset Elementary School, 9932 Cohasset Road. Residents will be able access up to 200 gallons of potable water per week.
To make an appointment call the Cohasset Community Association Board President, Lisa Vegvary at (530) 899-9823.
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