It certainly would help me. Today, I just recieved my scoping study from the soil scientist and the only place I can build an acceptable sepitic system (class v) is right where the WWP pipline will go through my property. I hope the commissioners were truthful when one of them quoted to me that if this was the case that WWP would make it right. I find this hard to believe, because when I spoke to the Cary real estate department they couldn't blieve their pipeline would affect my potential perk site. They didn't know anything about leasing my property either as the politicians have been quoteed in the press. It seems the politicians and the people actually doing the work aren't talking to each other. Seems to be a problem for both Chatham Politicans and Cary/Apex politicans.
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