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High water on the Sandy Lick


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The house on the left as you turn off of the DuBois Rockton Road toward Gelnett has water right at the back of the building.  It is always prone to flooding.

On another note, I had to dig out my greenhouse drain today because it had about 4 inches of water in it!  That hasn't happened for quite a few years.

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Whom ever is responsible for it needs to dredge it out. It looks horrible and is in dire need of it.  In some spots there are islands and earth built way up. Trees are growing in it as well. It’s decades past due.  The city needs to get on whatever authority it falls on. I’d be ticked if I lived in the flood zone area. 

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