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City to retest Pigeon Creek Well
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Even as the city prepares to make over a million dollars worth of improvements to improve its water system and build a new well off Cleve Wright Road, the council voted on Monday to pay for repairs to a well that services the area of Pigeon Creek Estates. Well number 110 has been the source of much discussion and frustration from residents of the Pigeon Creek neighborhood, who have long made their wish to connect to Etowah Water known. At Monday night's city council meeting, Utilities Director Gary Barr gave the latest update on the status of the well that the city has been attempting to fix since last summer.