Report on Water Conditions in Town of Thompsonville

Issue 6 and Volume 56.

Report on Water Conditions in Town of Thompsonville Town authorities of Thompsonville, Conn., who were designated as a committee on improved water service, have received from the State Board of Health a report on local conditions based on a recent visit there of the Board’s Committee on Water Supplies and Sewage. The report says in part: “It is the opinion of your committee that the present supply is not adequate and that any investigations toward increasing the supply should have in mind the providing of at least 100 days’ storage on a basis of 100 gallons per capita, and a location which can be protected from present or future pollution. Thompsonville is supplied with water from a standpipe of 376,000 capacity, which is filled three or four times a day by pumping from two reservoirs at the north end of the town. These reservoirs are connected by a pipe line…

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