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Castle Pines residents irked after 7M gallons of aquifer water pumped, shipped to Elbert County

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Castle Pines residents irked after 7M gallons of aquifer water pumped, shipped to Elbert County

Castle Pines residents irked after 7M gallons of aquifer water pumped, shipped to Elbert County

Castle Pines residents have been conserving their drinking water for the future.

But it turns out 7 million gallons has been pumped out for a construction project in Elbert County.

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