Supervisors to attempt mediation over drainage issues

Supervisors to attempt mediation over drainage issues

Supervisors to attempt mediation over drainage issuesLouisa County supervisors are tiring of receiving calls from local property owners upset over drainage issues in the south end of Wapello, so they agreed during their regular weekly meeting on Tuesday to attempt a mediation of the issue.

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