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(Gaston, OR)  --  A Gaston man won't face legal action after being cited for illegally placing warning signs near Hagg Lake.  Sixty-six-year-old Michael Medill was cited for damage to public property on September 6th after he put up signs warning swimmers of steep drop-offs beneath the lake.  The Washington County District Attorney's Office says Medill had good intentions following the recent drownings of four family members.  The county placed temporary warning signs at the lake after Medill's signs were removed, and permanent signs will be put up later this week.

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