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Big dam problem

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Leak in private Woodlake subdivision could prove costly for taxpayers

By Ben Carlson

The dam that keeps a 5-acre lake from swamping a house below it in Woodlake subdivision is leaking, and taxpayers could be on the hook to make it stop.

The state’s Division of Water has for years pestered county officials about the dam, but now it appears that the agency is getting serious and is threatening the county with fines up to $1,000 a day unless corrective action is taken.

Woodlake subdivision is located in the Stringtown area, just off Harrodsburg Road.


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