Cambria services staffers took local, county and state officials on a tour of district water supply sites Friday, including Supervisor Bruce Gibson (at left) and district President Jim Bahringer, seen here near the site of an existing well, at right, that would be used to supply an proposed reverse osmosis water filtering plant nearby on San Simeon Creek Road.
Cambria services staffers took local, county and state officials on a tour of district water supply sites Friday, including Supervisor Bruce Gibson (at left) and district President Jim Bahringer, seen here near the site of an existing well, at right, that would be used to supply an proposed reverse osmosis water filtering plant nearby on San Simeon Creek Road. betling@thetribunenews.com
Cambria services staffers took local, county and state officials on a tour of district water supply sites Friday, including Supervisor Bruce Gibson (at left) and district President Jim Bahringer, seen here near the site of an existing well, at right, that would be used to supply an proposed reverse osmosis water filtering plant nearby on San Simeon Creek Road. betling@thetribunenews.com

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April 21, 2014 7:23 PM

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