ML Council likely to extend building moratorium
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ML Council likely to extend building moratorium By CARA LORELLO Staff Reporter Voluntary measures asking citizens to conserve water in Medical Lake may soon become the law, should City Council members approve ... via Cheney Free Press
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#1 Oct 24, 2007
WE HAD PLENTY OF WATER IN MEDICAL FOR THE 40 YEARS THAT I HAVE BEEN HERE. NOW, WITH ALL THE NEW HOMES BUILT AND BEING BUILT, THERE APPEARS TO NOT BE ENOUGH WATER FOR All. GO FIGURE. HAVE THE DEVELOPERS THAT GET ALL THE MONIES THEY MAKE, DEVELOPE NEW WELLS, AND UPGRADE OUR SYSTEM SO THAT WE DO NOT HAVE THIS PROBLEM. MANY MORE RESTRICTIONS HERE, AND I PLAN ON MOVING ELSEWHERE.
WHAT HAPPENED TO OUR SMALL TOWN LIFESTILE? OUR FREEDOMS, THE YARDS HERE IN MEDICAL LAKE WERE AN EMBARESSMENT TO ALL WHO VISITED.
#2 Mar 1, 2011
We left ML in 1961 after living there all my life. I have such fond memories of a nice quiet little town. Sounds like it's really changed.
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