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After decades without trains running, rail development worries Clark County neighbors

Residents fear impact increased train traffic will have on property values, health, quality of life

By , Columbian staff writer
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BATTLE GROUND — Life in the Whispering Poplars mobile home park is fairly quiet for resident Karen Colwell. Yes, there’s noise from the traffic along neighboring streets, but the train line that lies less than 100 feet from Colwell’s home has been quiet for decades.

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