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Ashland Purchases Missing Man's Property

The final deal won't go through until the end of June, but the city of Ashland is set to open an artificial wetland later this year. It would help treat the city's greywater and benefit creek fish.

Posted: Tue May 22 11:00:01 PDT 2018
Updated: Tue May 22 11:00:01 PDT 2018

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belonging to a missing ex- nascar driver. the city is hoping to create a constructed wetland to treat greywater. [a22]cml hardesty prop i-dual box newswatch 12's cassandra mlynarek is live near the land this morning. she's been speaking with city officials to find out why ashland decided to make the purchase. [a23]cml hardesty prop i-live the land belonged to harold hardesty - who disappeared about a year ago and is now presumed dead. now it's only a matter of time before this property gets acquired by the city's waste water treatment plant next door. newswatch 12 closely followed hardesty's disappearance. in april, the jackson county hardesty's land sits right next to ashland's waste to keep up with new permit make greywater treatment possible. [a25]cml hardesty prop i-sotvo paula brown says, "so we've been watching waiting, looking for potential land and opportunities. and with the hardesty sale, it gave us an opportunity to look at that. so we looked brown tells me that constructed wetlands not only treat greywater but also can help the environment. she says the city would be which thrive in cooler water. the city says it also has wants to use the hardesty right now-- loggers are using horses to
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