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March 18, 2014 9:31 PM

Developer agrees to restore section of creek to protect against flooding in Merced

The Merced city attorney is reporting that the city and developer Bellevue Ranch West have settled their disagreement over grading along Fahrens Creek. According to the attorney, the developer has agreed to restore the changes it made to the waterway and pay for the aerial radar assessment the city ordered in December. The banks of the waterway are important to protect homes from flooding.

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