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By Drew Lawson
The Times 

Lincoln County water levels remain low

County commissioners hear report on potential mitigation strategies


Last updated 9/9/2021 at 11am

DAVENPORT – Lincoln County’s water levels have been steadily decreasing for quite some time, and this year’s drought that has brought minimal precipitation to the county isn’t helping.

The county commissioners heard a report from Dr. Kevin Lindsey, a hydrogeologist with GeoEngineers based in Kennewick who has been working with the county on county aquifer levels for over a decade, and conservation district director Elsa Bowden on the current state of water levels and potential strategies for future monitoring at the commissioner’s Sept. 7 meeting.

“We’re seeing a lot of decl...

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