Talk:Erie Water Works
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Water supply and other details
There are many details on EWW's current water supply in the first paragraph of the Water Quality Report for 2006. This report confirms that the water for Sommerheim Reservoir indeed comes from Lake Erie. But I'm wondering if it is the older sources cited in the article that say Presque Isle Bay and a spring are the sources of water for Sommerheim Reservoir? (The notations aren't clear) The older sources might have been correct in their day and we simply have to sort out historic infrastructure from current infrastructure in the article. I suspect a careful editing of this article might be required to preserve that history and avoid losing some of the info as the article is fixed to properly reflect the EWW's current infrastructure. --Pat (talk) 02:18, 5 June 2008 (UTC)
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