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St. Martinville to introduce drainage proposals at council meeting

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At the city council meeting tonight, St. Martinville Mayor Thomas Nelson will introduce a series of drainage proposals. 

The proposals will request financial assistance from the parish to fund drainage studies for several neighborhoods that have experienced repeated flooding. 

The meeting will be held tonight, February 19 beginning at 6:00 pm at St. Martinville City Hall.

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