Most water-use restrictions lifted

September 01, 1994

The water-use limits imposed June 25 in Manchester have been eased, Mayor Tim Warehime announced yesterday. Effective today, only residential watering of lawns will be restricted and subject to fines.

He said he was able to ease the restrictions because the town's springs and wells are now producing enough water to serve the area's needs. The supply is expected to last through this year and into the next.

Mr. Warehime also said he intends to review the results of a recent water study by Tatman and Lee Associates Inc., which recommends the development of greater water production and storage capacity.

"The Town Council and I appreciate residents' compliance with the mandatory ban during the last two months and ask for their continued voluntary abeyance," he said.

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