"For the past two summers, catastrophic water-well failures have created water shortages in Eagle Mountain, much to the chagrin of residents.
This summer, the city wants residents to know that $5 million worth of new backup wells and storage tanks are in place. So while in years past the city has been forced to let grass and landscaping turn brown in parks and medians, those kinds of shortages are now a thing of the past, said city manager John Hendrickson on Wednesday." -Daily Herald
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