Natural Wakulla June 7, 2018: After heavy rains, mosquitoes become an issue

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With the liquid contribution of sub-tropical storm Alberto, rain has been frequent and copious in nature. There is plenty of water for Wakulla County’s lawns, gardens, ponds, pastures, swamps and the aquifer.
Citizens who are dependent upon a residential well are breathing a collective sigh of relief as the water soaks into the soil. A major concern, and cost, of a dry year is the practices required to avoid running short of water.
Municipal water system managers across the state are pleased too. They face the same challenges on a much expanded scale.

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