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More from Drainage Contractor | Contractor at Work | Industry News August 27, 2013
Forty-year flashback: Drainage can improve the environment
Drainage Contractor magazine is celebrating its 40th anniversary in 2013, and we're taking a look back at what made the headlines 40 years ago with Forty-year flashback, a series of articles from the magazine's first few editions. The following article, originally published in the 1975 edition of the magazine, counters the thought that drainage is harmful to the Earth, and explains how it can benefit the environment.
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Assessments to repair tile anger residents
A planned repair to a 131-year-old drain tile in northern Bartholomew County, IN, would cost some property owners tens of thousands of dollars.
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Lawyer: drainage issues emerging with three agencies
A lawyer in Minnesota recently told producers that he sees troubling drainage issues emerging with the Natural Resources and Conservation Service, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
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Continuing success
There are few business stories out there where the importance of solid planning is as evident as it is in the story of Hodgman Drainage of Claremont, Minn. Wise plans and careful management by members of this family-owned business have allowed the company – even during very difficult times – to maintain its position and prosper.
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