Dike repairs complete at Bible Hill park

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BIBLE HILL - Work on Holy Well Park dike, which was damaged by the recent flooding, has now been completed.

The cost of the $30,000 project was shared by the Village of Bible Hill and the County of Colchester.

Work involved raising the level of the parking lot and the berm by about four feet. The berm, which is about 200 feet long, runs from the CN rail line, behind Car Pro Auto Service, to the fence near the opening of the park.

During this week's commission meeting, Bible Hill Village commissioner Sharon McLean reported that seeding and landscaping will be done during the next fiscal year and it is hoped that there will also be funds for more dike work.

Organizations: Auto Service

Geographic location: Village of Bible Hill, Holy Well Park, Colchester

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  • POOR SWIMMER
    November 22, 2012 - 19:50

    For all you frequent floaters in North Truro….that’s 4 MORE FEET of water coming your way…4 MORE! Next flood…EXPECT EVEN MORE DAMAGE! Darrell Dexter and Lenore Zann aren’t going to solve the problem any time soon….its true….that’s what he said yesterday in the TDN….Mayor Bill are you not listening….start sueing everybody upstream before its too late.