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Work to begin on logjam

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Problem is a result of January ice storm

By Lydelle Abbott

Landmark News Service

A log jam in the Rolling Fork River is closer to being removed.

If not taken care of, the jam could erode property along the river. The jam occurred during the January ice storm and the New Haven Board of Commissioners has been helping to acquire funds for the cleanup.

The board has $16,000 to spend on the project, $12,000 of which was secured with help from Second District U.S. Congressman Brett Guthrie from the U.S. Department of Agriculture.


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