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Carbon Council discusses water cleansing

Friday, September 7, 2012

The Carbon Town Council met for its regular meeting Tuesday at 7 p.m., in the Carbon Town Hall.

Certified Wastewater Operator Doug Clodfelter was present to discuss possible water cleaning techniques, as well as different possibilities for irrigating farms in the town.

Clodfelter suggested the council appoint Don Morrison, an engineer from West Lafayette, who specializes in irrigating hay fields, Christmas tree farms and grass fields.

"This is a new thing that people in the state are doing," Clodfelter said. "It might be time for us to do it too."

Clodfelter and the council discussed the mechanics and costs of Morrison's services.

The council decided to gather more data throughout the year and make a decision on the matter later.

The council also discussed the possibility of hosting a Halloween event for kids in town.

Finally, the council approved the motion to spend $800 for a new AR-15 rifle and ammunition for the Carbon town marshal.

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Wonder how much this will raise my bill?

-- Posted by MS660 on Sat, Sep 8, 2012, at 3:06 PM

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