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This office memo dated April 20, 1956 from Sanitary Engineer Director Glen J. Hopkins of the United States (US) Water Supply and Water Pollution Control program to the Chief of the United States (US) Division of Sanitary Engineering Services, Bureau of State Services, Public Health Services, references his report to the United States (US) Corps of Engineers, dated January 10, 1956, which is enclosed. In the memo, he revises a sentence on page two of the report, and provides a summary of his findings and their importance as relates to the quality of water in Williston, North Dakota as it will be impacted by pollution from the Garrison Reservoir.

Date of Work

4-20-1956

Keywords

Garrison Dam, Garrison Reservoir, Garrison Diversion, Garrison Water Pollution, Williston, Williston North Dakota, United States Army Corps of Engineers, US Army Engineers, US Water Supply and Water Pollution Control Program, US Water Supply and Water Pollution Control, US Water Supply, US Water Pollution Control, US Division of Sanitary Engineering Services, US Bureau of State Services, US Public Health Services, Williston Municipal Water Works, chemical pollution, Public Health Service Drinking Water Standards, Williston Basin, pool level, pool height, water height, water level, flood height, flood level

Organizations Referenced

US Water Supply and Water Pollution Control, US Water Supply, US Water Pollution Control, US Division of Sanitary Engineering Services, US Bureau of State Services, US Public Health Services, United States Army Corps of Engineers, US Army Engineers, Williston ND Municipal Water Works,

Memo from Glen J. Hopkins to the Chief of the United States (US) Division of Sanitary Engineering Services, Bureau of State Services, Public Health Services Regarding Garrison Dam Water Pollution in Williston, ND, April 10, 1956

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