9-1-2005 Boatner was not shown this letter. The majority of the content is false. The State drainage laws require that no property redevelopment can increase storm water runoff to a neighboring property than prior to the redevelopment. The drainage should have been established according to State law by the City building administrator before redevelopment began. This property was already described as legally non conforming when Conlee purchased it.. No new structures larger that the existing structures footprint. The mayor acknowledges his know this law on public record. Narcissistic personality disorder all over this letter..
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