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Old Posted Jan 2, 2012, 2:58 AM
alittle1 alittle1 is offline
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Originally Posted by armorand93 View Post
Or make it higher!
It used to be higher, but the weight of the mud on top started filling in the void on the west side called Omand's Creek and also pushed up the buildings in the area and CP tracks. As it sits now, the posts on top used to be telephone poles, now they only stick out of the ground 3 feet.(pun)

The whole 'mountain' floats on a base of un-compacted garbage and still gives off gas. The area closer to Anthes is a bit more stable because the slag and cinders was compacted more.

Putting a restaurant up there would be cool, but the City won't let anyone develop the area because of the previous administration's screw-up. If a vendor went up there with a hot dog cart, the City would shut the road down.
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