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HILLSVILLE — When the water table is being depleted, what are large subdivisions going to do for a supply in the future, a Virginia Health Department official asked the new Carroll Public Service Authority at its inaugural meeting Monday.
Greg Gibson, who works for the health department on wells and septic systems for new construction, said water even in deep wells has been ebbing.
In his 37 years with the health department, he’s seen a lot of growth and around 20,000 water and sewer systems as a part of the growth.
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