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August 10, 2011 11:23 AM

Ken Riggleman is no stranger to Merced City Council

Ken Riggleman is a familiar face at Merced City Council meetings, but you may know him better as the man with a working model railroad surrounding his house. Riggleman, 69, built a train track -- complete with miniature villages, airplanes and tunnels -- around his Alexander Drive home in 2007. Unlike his trains, however, Riggleman says the city of Merced has gone off its tracks.

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