Thirsty cattle and an archaeological dig are parts of a project planned by the Gettysburg Borough Storm Water Authority.

To help comply with a federal mandate to improve the quality of storm water runoff, fencing is to be installed to stop cattle’s hooves from causing “severe erosion” along Culp’s Run, borough engineer Chad Clabaugh said Monday during a regular meeting of the authority.

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