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By LARRY GOFFINET
CANNELTON – The Perry County Recreation Department’s effort to remove a no-camping restriction on its deed to Eagles Bluff Park received a boost from state biologists last week.
Perry County Recreation Director Adam Tempel said at Wednesday’s parks board meeting that state Rep. Lloyd Arnold has received word from state eagle biologists that “Eagles Bluff is not an area of concern” for them because there are no eagles nesting there.
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