Clark County officials have notified 17 residents in the Lawrenceville area that they have until August 23rd to switch to the county's water system or rick having their water supply cut off.
Last June, the county installed a water system in the Lawrenceville area. It cost about $767,000. But 17 residents have not connected to the new system yet, according to Clark County Utility Director Alice Godsey. She says the old water system will be shut down in August and unless residents want to dig a well, they need to be connected to the new system.
Full episode of WYSO Weekend for May 29, 2011 containing the following stories:
-Emily McCord speaks with Irish radio producer Mary Phelan and area resident Roger Kearney, a distant relative of Barack Obama about the upcoming documentary "The Road to Moneygall," which will air on WYSO.