COLUMBIA —Water fills cracks, crevasses and caves in a limestone formation just beneath Columbia. Ten city wells designed to pump drinking water dot the land above this subterranean water supply, but the city only uses two of them.
Unused Columbia wells tapped to store water from river bottoms
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