Lebanon Reporter

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March 19, 2014

County orders company to halt dirt hauling

County officials are insisting that an excavation company stop hauling dirt to a field in southern Boone County until the property’s owner receives the proper permits.

Henry Miller, of Phoenix Excavating, the company hauling dirt to the Robert Blackford property on CR 750 S just west of Indiana 267, appeared at Monday’s Boone County Commissioners meeting, offering explanations about the project. He has been hired by Blackford to truck in dirt for a berm that will enclose the east and north sides of the property.

For more of the story, see Wednesday's Lebanon Reporter.

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