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By MARTY FINLEY
ELIZABETHTOWN– After months of City Council meeting appearances and negotiations with the city, the residents of Indian Hills subdivision are getting the screening along Navaho Drive that they asked for.
The city approved a municipal order Monday, agreeing to construct a 10-foot tall temporary wooden fence that will stretch 450 feet down Navaho Drive between the subdivision and the Hardin Plaza shopping center along North Mulberry Street.
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