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County crews stay busy with construction

2012 will be an active year

A project to improve drainage in an area north of Great Bend is moving forward and should be completed in the coming year, according to a recent report from County Engineer Clark Rusco.
It’s part of a long-standing effort to solve drainage problems near what used to be Lake Barton, Rusco reported.
He explained that he has “attended several meetings with state and federal regulators concerning the installation of a 24-inch corrugated metal pipe installation thru the township road south of Barton Lake. 
“At times the township road will back up enough water to be classified as a dam ...

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