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Rain causes local issues

August 13, 2013

PETTYVILLE — Members of the Mineral Wells Volunteer Fire Department spent Tuesday morning responding to clean-up efforts from the early-morning rains....

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Aug-13-13 1:10 PM

Nothing on the huge mudslide from the construction site near the traffic circle?

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Aug-13-13 2:24 PM

That mud is everywhere! Do they have to clean that up? They should. Its clear down on Garfield.

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Aug-13-13 2:39 PM

@BakerKat & grinandbearit...the street cleaning dept. will get right on that clean up project! They should, after all, IT'S THEIR JOB!

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Aug-13-13 3:01 PM

It's not the city street departments job to clean up a mess caused by a contractor. It's code enforcements job to see that the contractor cleans up his mess.

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Aug-13-13 5:12 PM

There's a large, underground drainage pipe at the intersection of Murdoch and Emerson (open to that flush of mud) that feeds straight to the Ohio River. I wonder how plugged-up it became in last night's mudslide?

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Aug-13-13 6:42 PM

@Belmont: Excuse me, I didn't realize it was caused by a contractor. In general, the street department is responsible for clean up of the streets.

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Aug-13-13 8:52 PM

Actually I drove through there at 6:50 in the morning. Those are state roads so the state crews were out clearing off the mud. I certainly hope the state sends a bill to the contractor for the cleanup!!!

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