Reconstruction of Boles Knoll Water Tank. In approximately 1976-1977, a number of landowners with private wells supplying water to homes in the Gibson Canyon area, the Dunns Peak (also known as Serenity Hills) area, and other lands in the foothills surrounding noth Vacaville, reported well failures or reduced well yield and production. The historic drought, together with the extreme fire danger and lack of organized fire protection in the area, caused landowners to approach the Solano Irrigation District (District) to expand surface water supply and storage to the service area.
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Water Facilities (Type Recon of tank)
reconstruction of H2O tank
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