Residents of Licking County village blame sewer project for water woes
Despite decades of resistance, a state-mandated public sewer line was extended to the unincorporated Licking County community of about 200 residents. Residents of nearly 20 properties in Jacksontown said they have lost water or seen their wells dry up in recent months.
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