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July 03 12:00 AM
“We thought for perhaps the next two to three months we would put a crew together specifically to work on flood damaged roads,” Altimus told jurors during their monthly meeting. “We will continue our regular road repair program plus we’ll take care of the flood damaged roads.
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May 29 12:00 AM
“Those gates are not flood control gates. They’re not designed for the lowering of the lake. Flood control gates drop from the top. If you raise the gates, you’re taking away a portion of the 1,200-foot spillway. It’s like having a big logjam on top, and you’re piling up the water,” he said.
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May 29 12:00 AM
Getting the go-ahead at public hearings scheduled during the meeting were Faith Estates subdivision and King Woods subdivision. Faith Estates, located north of Princeton, is scheduled for 19 lots ranging from one-half to 2.3 acres. Faith Estate homes will be “stick built,” with a 2,000-squarefoot minimum.
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May 08 12:00 AM
“Our contractors are going through here leveling the bottom, which will help eliminate deep spots where water still collects when the ditch is dry,” he said. “Those pools of water are excellent breeding grounds for mosquitoes. Getting rid of those potential breeding areas will help us with our mosquito control program.
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May 08 12:00 AM
“Now, the owner is limited to trying to market that property under a plan that basically was unworkable. It was not going to dollar out for the developer, which is why he had to resign from that development,” Marsiglia said. “It’s very limiting to the property owner to try to sell with that plan still in place.

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