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TS Fay - Useful Information
      Wed Aug 20 2008 11:03 PM

Received this useful info:

I received a notice from the county health department that applies to those of us who have wells for our household water. If the wellhead floods over, the well can become contaminated and the water can make us
sick. Under these circumstances, we should boil water before drinking or cooking with it, and disinfect the well with bleach. Two helpful websites are



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* TS Fay - Useful Information Ed DunhamAdministrator Wed Aug 20 2008 11:03 PM
. * * Re: Fay Loves Central Florida seabra.czako   Sat Aug 23 2008 02:04 AM
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