Last month, Collin County Judge Keith Self received what in normal times would be an unremarkable letter from the Bureau of Land Management. The agency's Oklahoma office, the letter explains, is beginning an environmental impact study on about 40,000 acres in and around Lake Lavon. It's part of a l ... More >>
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