Hodgenville City Council discussed water in many forms Monday night.
Repairs on Salem Lake are complete and repairing the hole required less concrete than engineers anticipated, Mayor Terry Cruse said.
Less concrete equals less expense for the city, which was required to pay for 51 percent of the repair work which came to $16,131.91. Hodgenville worked with the Natural Resources Conservation Service, a federal agency, to restore the lake which serves as a water reservoir and recreational facility.
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