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Darkhorse for right of way

Kudos to the new Darkhorse Golf Course and the Nevada Irrigation District.

NID is upgrading its water treatment plant near Lake of the Pines. The normal access to the plant is in the LOP front gate, down two miles of LOP streets, and up the driveway between two houses. A lot of heavy construction traffic will be required. Ed Fralick and Reg King of the Darkhorse project have agreed to let NID use the construction roads in their project to access the treatment plant thereby avoiding the many complaints and inconveniences from affected residences.

Bill Nelson


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