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Public Groundwater Supplies in Livingston County Woller, Dorothy M., Robert D. Olson, Michael L. Sargent, and Ellis W. Sanderson, 1986  Illinois State Water Survey, Champaign, IL,  ISWS B-60-33    Full Text Available

This publication presents all available information on production wells used for public ground-water supplies in Livingston County. Bulletin 60, which is divided into separate publications by county, supersedes Bulletin 40 and its Supplements 1 and 2.

This report includes separate descriptions for 13 ground-water supply systems furnishing water to 12 municipalities and 2 state institutions in Livingston County. These are preceded by brief summaries of the ground-water hydrology and geology of the county and the development of ground-water sources for public use. An explanation of the format used in the descriptions is also given.

Acknowledgments. This report was prepared under the general direction of Richard J. Schicht, Acting Chief of the Illinois State Water Survey. John W. Brother, Jr. supervised the preparation of the illustrations. The annual pumpage information was provided by James R. Kirk. The chemical analyses, unless other-wise stated, were made by personnel of the Water Survey Analytical Chemistry Laboratory Unit under the supervision of James C. Whitney. The analyses made by personnel of the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency were under the supervision of Roger Selburg. Ross D. Brower, Associate Geologist, Illinois State Geological Survey, reviewed the geological information in the manuscript. Grate-ful acknowledgment also is given to consulting engineers, well drillers, water superintendents, and municipal officials who have provided valuable information used in this report.

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