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Ephraim consulting on best solution for high water

During Tuesday’s Ephraim Board of Trustees meeting, local officials winnowed down five options to help protect from high water levels to two. One idea being considered is to increase the elevation of the already existing stone wall with a concrete apron in support. The dimension stone is more economical, but there was concern about whether it is waterproof. The other is a sheet pile wall whose main drawback is the expected cost. Estimates run in excess of a half-million dollars. Trustee Ken Nelson suggested seeking outside help.

 


There is consensus among the group to begin work in the fall after a final plan of action is selected.

 

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