P.O. Box 429
Mt. Lake, MN 56159
Although traditionally a day people suspect a hoax, April 1 was the official day Mt. Lake’s brand new well started producing.
“People will have softer water,” said Kevin Krahn, water/wastewater superintendent.
“The custom computer programmer and electrical equipment are installed and it’s up and running.”
The wait was for the motor, pump and controls. This equipment wasn’t pre-manufactured since their specifications are determined after a well is drilled to see how much it produces.
Grand total for the project is $842,162. Only a small portion, $47,444, is funded by a 20-year, low-interest loan from the Minnesota Public Facilities Authority.
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