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Sewer system facts explained in Devola

September 18, 2013

DEVOLA — The community’s more than 300 homeowners might have a chance to make their own decision about a sewer system....

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hockeypuck

Sep-19-13 8:41 PM

You must not know yourself exactly how a septic tank works. It puts the stuff directly into the earth. Also, having worked in local government for over 32 years, I understand s***!

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Valveguy

Sep-19-13 1:24 PM

hockeypuck: now you stepped in it (pun intended). Slogoin is now going to teach you about septic systems.

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COSMOS

Sep-19-13 10:26 AM

watch out oak grove, your next

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hockeypuck

Sep-18-13 9:47 PM

If you choose to move into a neighborhood with no sewer system, and 300 homes, what do you think will happen? The ground cannot absorb any more. Do you enjoy living on top of a pile of s***?

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slogoin

Sep-18-13 8:39 PM

and if your septic tank isnt up to par..fix it.

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slogoin

Sep-18-13 8:17 AM

1)have the water tested by an independent lab 2)Force the "system" so to speak to cancel your current permit on the septic.Wording/granfathering should take care of this issue 3)Make ALL involved,including prev commissioners pony up what they knew and when and if promises were made under the table so to speak

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