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Pigeon Creek well to reopen
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A well that has been at the center of discord between one neighborhood and the City of Dawsonville is expected to reopen in the near future, according to a public service announcement released by the city last week.

"The City of Dawsonville is proud to announce the completion of repairs to well #110 and after
independent testing, has been found to be appropriate for all public drinking water uses," reads a legal ad that ran in the Dawson County News May 31.

Rick Jefferies, president of J & T Environmental Services, Inc., had been contacted to perform independent tests on the quality of water supplied by well 110.

"He reported that it is his opinion that well #110 be put back into operation as all EPD parameters were tested and results came in under Federal and State limits," the ad reads. "The City anticipates putting well #110 back into water production in the immediate future."