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Officials backtrack on flood plan

Newest vote splits costs between Kronenwetter taxpayers, residents of troubled area

5:08 PM, Sep. 25, 2013
Diane Krivoshein
Diane Krivoshein
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Village leaders can't seem to make up their minds about how to pay for a $627,000 project to relieve flooding in a subdivision that is inundated during spring thaws.

Village Board members first considered assessing just homeowners in the neighborhood for the costs, but when those residents protested, the village voted two weeks ago to have all taxpayers cover the costs.

On Tuesday, board members came up with a third option, essentially overturning their vote of earlier this month. Now all taxpayers will cover 55 percent of the project's costs - about $40 on a $100,000 home - and residents in ...

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