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Water watchdogs ask for Hoback septic investigation

State regulators say they have no conclusions about legality of Hoback water systems.

Wyoming Outdoor Council senior conservation advocate Dan Heilig, an environmental attorney researching compliance with Teton County and state water quality regulations, has asked for an investigation of two large capacity septic systems in Hoback Junction area.