Buckeye Lake-area residents seek storm water solutions (OH)

Fairfield County Engineer Jeremiah Upp and county Soil & Water Conservation District Engineer Amy Boyer have developed two alternative drainage projects. Both include building underground pipelines to discharge storm water into a county-maintained ditch.  One project, estimated to cost around $250,000, would lay a pipe from the Ballard Lane and West Bank Drive neighborhood. A second project, estimated at $750,000 to $1.25 million, would lay a longer pipeline and redesign the Parrish Farms pumping station to carry storm water from the farm and homes in the West Bank Homeowners Association to the ditch.    Read the article…………….


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