Water is a vital part of a city’s responsibilities, whether it is so that people can have it to drink, bathe or water a lawn.

The city of Gillette is no different. When the city started to grow in the 1970s and ‘80s, Gillette had to come up with a long-term plan that would serve a larger population with water.

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