Debbie Weiner lifted the lid to show the opening for the underground, 1,000-gallon cistern in her backyard. She and her  husband rely on rainwater that replenishes the cistern, and supplemental it with tanks of water bought at a bulk station.
Debbie Weiner lifted the lid to show the opening for the underground, 1,000-gallon cistern in her backyard. She and her husband rely on rainwater that replenishes the cistern, and supplemental it with tanks of water bought at a bulk station. Lexington Herald-Leader
Debbie Weiner lifted the lid to show the opening for the underground, 1,000-gallon cistern in her backyard. She and her husband rely on rainwater that replenishes the cistern, and supplemental it with tanks of water bought at a bulk station. Lexington Herald-Leader

More than 200,000 rural Kentuckians have no access to public water systems

August 04, 2014 3:54 PM

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