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Commissioner Bogosian stated that these drainage problems will <br />be more increased as the population increases and that -he felt -a <br />planned system should be organized. President. Robertson stated that <br />this plan should originate in each individual subdivision as it was <br />in the building process; that every drainage system should be <br />thoroughly inspected before the subdivision is approved. <br />There was some discussion about keeping the system free of <br />growth and debris and President Robertson stated that the biggest <br />problem in this respect was moss. <br />A group of people from the Gifford area appeared stating that <br />drainage in that area was very poor, that they had invested in their <br />homes and they were being ruined by the waters. <br />The Administrator replied that the builder of the subdivisions <br />has been advised about the situation, that all his building will be <br />stopped until these drainage systems are approved. The Drainage <br />District said that they would open up and clean out the H 3 Canal <br />which is the main canal out of the district. <br />There being no further business, on Motion made, seconded and <br />carried the Board then adjourned at 9:00 o'clock P. M. <br />ATTEST: <br />8001 11 E'ACE28 <br />