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By Ashley Parkinson
The Record-Times 

Well overflows stopped in Harrington


Last updated 9/22/2022 at 4:57pm

HARRINGTON- Mayor Jess Silhan said there were no artesian wells flowing in the streets or parking streets at the City Council meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 14.

“That’s been months,” Silhan said. “I can’t tell you there’s no wet spots, but there’s no active flowing.”

This has been a concern for the last eight months.

The leak had been stopped for the couple weeks leading up to the meeting.

A new part-time season public worker Brandon Shaw was hired.

Shaw lives near Hawk Creek and has been hired for 30 hours a week.

“So far, he seems to be a big help,” Silhan said.

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