ST. MARYS — State Sen. William Ligon says a test project this summer in Southwest Georgia to store groundwater in the Floridan Aquifer did not have the results supporters hoped.

Despite the disappointing results, Ligon, R-St. Simons Island, said there are still elected officials who want to store groundwater in the aquifer as a supply of drinking water and to stop saltwater intrusion. That’s a big concern for Ligon, who says people supporting the use of the aquifer to store groundwater need “a reality check.”

Reporter Gordon Jackson writes about Camden County and other local topics. Contact him at gjackson@thebrunswicknews.com, on Facebook or at 464-7655.

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