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The Eastgate Village Water & Sewer Association was formed in 1978.  The purpose of the association is to provide for maintenance, repair, preservation and operation of all areas of Eastgate Village and to that end and effect to promote the health, safety, and welfare of the residents within the Eastgate area.

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Letter from the President - by: Jean Riley

June 21, 2019

I hope this letter finds you all well.  Please remember to comply with watering restrictions, with the hot summer months coming up we want to make sure there is enough water.

 

Many of you may have seen construction work near the school at the intersection of Lewis Street and Lake Helena Drive.  The County has a project to address stormwater drainage in this area.  They will be adding drop inlets and storm sewer pipes.  If you have any questions on the project you can contact the County – Dan Karlin – County Engineer – 447-8034.

 

There is another project forthcoming in this area.  The Montana Department of Transportation is working on a Transportation Alternative project that will...

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Are you drinking enough water this winter?

Are you drinking enough water this winter?

February 01, 2020

Chapped lips? Dry skin? Headaches? Nosebleeds? Dry cough? Fatigue?

These are all signs that you might not be getting enough water this winter. In the summer, when you’re hot and sweaty, your body keeps reminding you that you’re thirsty and NEED water. But in the winter, when you’re cold and shivering, it’s all-too-easy to neglect hydration. Your body doesn’t feel as thirsty, and it’s much harder to recognize that you haven’t been drinking much water. That’s why you have to consciously remember to drink enough water in the winter, when the air is dry and the heater is working overtime.

Drinking more water can help. Read on . . .

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