1/31/14 – 5:30 A.M.
A creek in Seneca County will be cleared of logjams and other debris. The Courier reports the Seneca County Commissioners voted to clear the west branch of Wolf Creek during a Thursday session at the county fairgrounds. More than 60 people attended to voice their opinions on the project and get more information.
The county will pay $280,000 for the work and then get reimbursed through assessments to property owners in the creek’s watershed. Most of the assessments were under $25 and there was a $10 minimum. The assessment also includes a 10% charge to establish a maintenance fund.
Work isn’t likely to start until the fall of this year, with more done in the summer and fall of 2015.
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