Lexington town officials put in rock on part of the Golden Hills golf course to stop erosion around the town sewer line next to 12 Mile Creek. The problem was created by increased flow in the creek due to the broken Old Mill Pond dam upstream.
Lexington town officials put in rock on part of the Golden Hills golf course to stop erosion around the town sewer line next to 12 Mile Creek. The problem was created by increased flow in the creek due to the broken Old Mill Pond dam upstream. Gerry Melendez gmelendez@thestate.com
Lexington town officials put in rock on part of the Golden Hills golf course to stop erosion around the town sewer line next to 12 Mile Creek. The problem was created by increased flow in the creek due to the broken Old Mill Pond dam upstream. Gerry Melendez gmelendez@thestate.com

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