Tag: Booster Pump Station 106
September 17, 2013 12:07 PM
Westward expansion It was the mid-1920s – when Regent Street led to the very edge of Madison, when farm fields stretched across places that would later become Hill Farms, Sunset Village, Westmorland, and Midvale Heights. A population boom was coming, and it would take a feat of … [read more]
Tags: Booster Pump Station 106, history, Madison Water Utility, O'Dea, Reservoir Park, West Madison
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