Caption: SEPTEMBER 21 2011- "If they take one, they are going to have to take them all," Chris Blacks, who tends to the backyard of his longtime girlfriend Kay Eagan, who lives along a section of Screech Owl Circle that sits below the 670-foot elevation mark. Black, who spends part of the year year with Eagan at the Lake of the Ozarks home, recently learned that the lakefront property was built on land that falls within the project boundaries for Lake of the Ozarks that is owned by Ameren Missouri. "It's unbelievable," said Eagan, who is among 1,200 other homeowners who are facing the very real possibility that they may lose their homes. Laurie Skrivan | email@example.com
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