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In the July 11 letter “Full river restoration a nightmare for many” about the Herring River restoration project in Truro and Wellfleet, the letter writer stated: “Full restoration would flood 1,100 acres and portions of 322 properties.” The writer also stated: “Potential lawsuits by landowners threaten great liability to Wellfleet and Truro taxpayers.”That explains why I’ve been hearing this around Wellfleet for the past few years, with [...]

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