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This Williston Herald article dated May 8, 1956 describes United States (US) Representative Usher L. Burdick's proposed legislation before congress, designated as HR10990, to modify the 1944 Flood Control Act so that Williston, ND can replace their municipal water supply and water treatment facilities which will be "damaged, impaired, and rendered inoperative by construction of and operation of the Garrison dam and reservoir". The article mentions that United States (US) Senator William Langer has said he expects to introduce similar legislated in the US Senate. Annotations on the top of the document denote the publication's name and the date of the article, the two columns of which have been cut out and pasted side by side.
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Williston Herald, "Williston Herald Article Regarding US Representative Burdick's Resolution to Build New Water Treatment Plan in Williston, ND, May 8, 1956" (1956). Usher Burdick Papers. 336.