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City considers study of south side water issues

April 18, 2011

COLUMBIA CITY — Excessive wetness is an issue that’s been at the top of the Columbia City “to-do” list for years.
Last week the town’s Board of Works and Safety heard a presentation from GAI Consultants about a study to help combat at least some of the town’s drainage problem.
“That area has a history of surface flooding problems,” said Columbia City Outside Operations Manager Jeff Walker about an area outlined in what the consulting firm identifies in the South Side Stormwater Study.
“It’s a pretty large watershed area.”
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