Management District (LBMD)
East Troy Well

Anything else you’re interested in is not going to happen if you can’t breathe the air and drink the water. Don’t sit this one out. Do something. You are by accident of fate alive at an absolutely critical moment in the history of our planet.

- Carl Sagan
East Troy Well
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When you drink the water, remember the spring, Chinese Proverb
As concerned property owners, sportsmen, businessmen and stewards of our land and water, it is our responsibility to insure that Lake Beulah remains the treasure that today draws us to its shores.

With so much at stake, the wise and prudent thing to do is be sure that the BEST possible information is used in making big decisions like where to put a well
.

Shallow groundwater likely supplies as much as half of Lake Beulah’s water.

This is the groundwater that contractors for the Village of East Troy are proposing to tap for a new municipal well.

A well that will be able to pump 1,000 gallons per minute.

The consequences of the proposed development, especially the well, will resound over and under the Lake Beulah community for a long, long time.

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Why should you be concerned that the Village is rushing to complete the job before adequate testing can be done?

Is the well a sign of progress, or a potential recipe for disaster?

What does this mean for you, and for the lake?

What will be our legacy?

Send your comments or concerns to:

The LBPIA Board
or
Lake Beulah Management District
P.O. Box 71
East Troy, WI 53120

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