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Water Supply

Charlottesville Tomorrow has provided in-depth coverage of the local water supply since 2005.  Our goal is to provide factual and objective information about our water and sewer systems. 

In 2012, we will be focusing on the construction of the earthen dam at the Ragged Mountain Reservoir, water treatment plans (i.e. chloramines vs. granular activated carbon), and sewer pump stations.

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by Tim Shea | August 01, 2015
Lurking below the water of some of Charlottesville-Albemarle’s lakes and reservoirs are grass carp that have made quick work of invasive water vegetation. Called hydrilla, the plant often hinders boaters, anglers and water intake systems, and localities frequently stock lakes and ponds with the carp in order to ...
Credit: Andrew Shurtleff / The Daily Progress
Albemarle County residents enjoy a moment of fishing at Chris Greene Lake.
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By Brian Wheeler | February 25, 2014
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By Brian Wheeler | December 17, 2013
Our Water Our Future
By Brian Wheeler | November 23, 2013
Daily Progress Editorial | November 05, 2013
By Sean Tubbs | October 30, 2013
By Sean Tubbs | October 18, 2013
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By Charlottesville Tomorrow | September 27, 2013
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