Denny Gallagher, left, chairman of Nicholas County Sanitation District No. 2, and Jeff Randolph, a magistrate on Nicholas County Fiscal Court, were among the people who worked to get funding for a sewage-treatment system for houses around Lake Carnico, a reservoir near Carlisle.
Denny Gallagher, left, chairman of Nicholas County Sanitation District No. 2, and Jeff Randolph, a magistrate on Nicholas County Fiscal Court, were among the people who worked to get funding for a sewage-treatment system for houses around Lake Carnico, a reservoir near Carlisle. Herald-Leader
Denny Gallagher, left, chairman of Nicholas County Sanitation District No. 2, and Jeff Randolph, a magistrate on Nicholas County Fiscal Court, were among the people who worked to get funding for a sewage-treatment system for houses around Lake Carnico, a reservoir near Carlisle. Herald-Leader

On-site treatment system keeps sewage out of Nicholas County's Lake Carnico

December 22, 2013 06:23 PM

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