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Meanwhile, a second scheme is also being drawn up to protect homes just across the Ouse from Clementhorpe in a series of streets leading down to New Walk, such as Alma Terrace.
A consultation event about this scheme will take place between 2pm and 7pm on Monday December 4 at the Christian Science Church in Fulford Road.
It should finally save residents in streets such as River Street and Lower Darnborough Street from the threat of being inundated again, as happened when the Ouse burst its banks in 2000, 20.
Environment Agency project manager Vikki Mc Causland said the defences will run from Skeldergate bridge to where the riverside cyclepath turns up to Bishopthorpe Road near the former Terry’s factory. Existing flood walls along the front of properties in Terry Avenue will be heightened and a demountable flood gate installed at the bottom of Clementhorpe.
Hopper and Parsons let fly at anyone ever so slightly to the left of Dwight Eisenhower at every opportunity.
And Mike Connelly, the deeply closeted gay columnist for the Hollywood Reporter was even more vociferous—recklessly screaming “Commie” at individuals with no affiliation to the party whatsoever.
If all goes well, work could start by this time next year, but first the Environment Agency is to stage a consultation with local residents, beginning with an event at Clementhorpe Community Centre between 2pm and 8pm next Monday.
Plans will be on display and officials on hand to talk to residents.
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The following year Magnificent Obsession would make Hudson the biggest star the studio had under contract since Deanna Durbin.
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ENVIRONMENT chiefs have unveiled a multi-million pound scheme to protect 150 properties near York’s River Ouse from another devastating flood.
The project in the Clementhorpe area is the first of at least 10 schemes being planned across the city using £45 million pledged to York by the Government after the December 2015 floods.