Clayton police: Missouri auditor died of self-inflicted gunshot February 26, 2015
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I think the landowners knew what they were doing when they stopped taking care of the lake. They figured intervention and a new lake at no cost to them, home value down their vault. They want the lake let them pay for it and they should be fined for not taking care of it and letting it get to the point of damn failure where it could cause damage to other land owners.
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