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Letter: Buffers needed for all land

Just a reminder. Water flows downhill. Water from private land eventually flows into public water. Just because you own land and a ditch doesn't mean you have the right to pollute the water flowing into that ditch. People with land that drains in...

 

Just a reminder. Water flows downhill.

Water from private land eventually flows into public water.

Just because you own land and a ditch doesn’t mean you have the right to pollute the water flowing into that ditch.

People with land that drains into public water will be regulated with buffer strips.

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Therefore people with land that drains into their private ditch which flows into public water should be regulated with buffer strips.

Graden West

New London

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