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Vienna officials prep rain garden

City believes site will help with drainage

July 17, 2013

VIENNA — The city of Vienna is encouraging rain gardens as a proactive approach to storm water management, the mayor said on Tuesday....

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IFHPED

Jul-17-13 10:49 AM

It sounds to me like Newell could take lessons from Mayor Rapp about running a city and making it work.

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380AUTO

Jul-17-13 12:37 PM

WELL DO I STILL HAVE TO PAY $4.00 A MONTH BECAUSE IT RAINS OR WILL THEY PAY ME THE FEE!

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MisterT

Jul-17-13 12:39 PM

@380Auto..I totally agree! Everytime I turn around my utility bill from Vienna gets higher and higher.

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FYYFDA

Jul-17-13 12:52 PM

Then move somewhere else.

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BENLLOYD

Jul-17-13 7:23 PM

Way to go, Vienna! I've never heard of this. It's very forward thinking and such a good idea.

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IFHPED

Jul-17-13 8:50 PM

@Tinfoilhat...Parkersburg should have contacted Vienna for advice on installation.

@380AUTO and Mister T...do you think it's cheaper to live in P-burg? At least Vienna is taking a pro-active approach to a problem.

We all have to pay something to the city in which we live, like it or not. At least your money isn't being wasted on bullsh!t like in P-burg.

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