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Video: What’s Below the Ground at the Minor Hill Resevoir?

Arlington County recently announced that it had completed a $4 million project to upgrade the Minor Hill Reservoir.

Located in the Williamsburg neighborhood of north Arlington, the reservoir can hold up to 24 million gallons — a day and a half of water consumption in the county. The upgrades have a number of benefits, including improved reliability and fresher water for Arlington residents.

Arlington County’s TV channel recently covered the project’s completion in its Street Beat segment, above.

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