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Acclaimed local film maker Peter Engeldrum along with your news editor have just released their third video in the series “This Is Winchester.”  Called “Water Water,” the brief video is about the public water supply, the town reservoirs under the control of Water Department Director Jim Gibbons, and where your water comes from, depending on which part of town you live in.  

The previous two videos are about Town Meeting and the Transfer Station, and we do this for a hobby and as a gift to the community.  Take a look at https://vimeo.com/878776241

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