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FLOODBob Ellis/staff photographer
Rainwater runoff once again flows through St. Mary’s Cemetery Wednesday afternoon. Neighboring landowner James Stevens has been ordered by state Supreme Court in Cortland County to upgrade a drainage basin he built on his property to control the runoff.

St. Mary’s repairs expected to begin


By AMY GERNON
Staff Reporter

Two days after the deadline has passed for landowner James Stevens to restore a drainage basin on his Ridgeway Avenue property that has been blamed for causing repeated flooding at St. Mary’s Cemetery on Route 281 in Cortland, the work has yet to be completed.

 

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