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Buttercup Water Depot open for business in Aspen Springs

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Photo courtesy Mary Jo Coulehan Members of the Aspen Springs Metro District board and project workers and supporters take part in the Jan. 22 ribbon cutting ceremony opening the new Buttercup Water Depot, located in Aspen Springs Unit 2 along Buttercup Drive. The water station is available to the hundreds of Aspen Springs residents who haul their own water.

Photo courtesy Mary Jo Coulehan
Members of the Aspen Springs Metro District board and project workers and supporters take part in the Jan. 22 ribbon cutting ceremony opening the new Buttercup Water Depot, located in Aspen Springs Unit 2 along Buttercup Drive. The water station is available to the hundreds of Aspen Springs residents who haul their own water.

The Aspen Springs Metro District’s new water station — dubbed the Buttercup Water Depot, is officially open for business.

The ASMD board, as well as other supporters of the project, were on hand Jan. 22 for the ribbon cutting to officially open the station.

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This story was posted on January 30, 2014.
  • basebedo

    Thank goodness, will be nice not to have to drive as far, especially on bad weather days