Greenwich’s “Drought” Continues

"Rockwood Lake", one of Greenwich's reservoirs, looking pretty full this afternoon (Seen in foreground, Canada geese which have been fitted with disposable diapers to prevent water contamination)

“Rockwood Lake”, one of Greenwich’s reservoirs, looking pretty full this afternoon (seen in foreground, Canada geese, which have been fitted with disposable diapers to prevent water contamination)

Every time we have yet another torrential, all-day rain like the one seen yesterday, I look forward to the Town announcing the “End of the drought”. Sadly, that announcement has been postponed again, and it’s starting to look like NO AMOUNT OF RAIN will ever solve this problem.

Here’s the latest Greenwich Time story on this bizarre “drought that won’t go away”:

http://m.greenwichtime.com/local/article/Greenwich-s-reservoirs-still-below-normal-10880986.php#photo-12248768

Since massive rainfall has no effect, has anyone considered the possibility that one of our reservoirs may have a hole somewhere?

Or, how about this idea: let’s dig a deeper reservoir!

As usual, Fountain puts the great brain to work, and out pop two great ideas!

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