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Ridgway Reservoir sign illustrates effects of acid rain cycle

May 9, 2013

Photo by Gian DeLoia A ceremony was held at the Ridgway Reservoir to unveil educational signage. Shown, from left, state Representative Matt Gabler [R-Clearfield/Elk], President Jeff Buchheit of the Elk County Freshwater Association, Ridgway Mayor Dr. Guillermo Udarbe, Ridgway wastewater treatment plant operator Josh Quattrone and Main Street Manager Michelle Bogacki.

A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held Thursday morning at the Ridgway Reservoir to unveil an educational sign depicting the effects of acid rain on the Big Mill Creek Watershed.

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