July 31, 2021
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Road to Revolution timeline
5 Feb 2019
The population of Aidanville reaches 1,587, according to U.S. census data.
Money to build the Tolt River Dam is authorized, and construction begins.
1952 The Tolt River Dam is completed.
Lake Grace opens for public use.
Pelt State Park and Big Sky State Park are completed and open for public use.
1980, The population of Aidanville reaches 2,016, according to U.S. census data.
1981, Two Rivers State Park is completed and opens for use. The park includes a public boat launch, which was built in response to the large number of anglers coming to the lake to fish.
1985, Three new hotels are built in Aidanville.
1989, Two more hotels and five more restaurants are built in Aidanville.
1990, The population of Aidanville reaches 3,287, according to U.S. census data.
1995, Aidanville City Council begins a program to monitor the water quality of Lake Grace.
1996, Lake Grace Resort and Spa completed
Invasive species of water plants, such as hydrilla and water hyacinth, are found in Lake Grace for the first time
1999, Lake Grace 18-hole championship golf course is completed and open for public use.
2000, The population of Aidanville reaches 3,824, according to U.S. census data.
2001, The farmers who own the farmland near Big Sky State Park stop raising crops, sell off part of their land to developers, and begin operating a large hog farm.
2004, The Aidanville City Council begins to use herbicides to slow the spread of invasive water plants in Lake Grace
2011, Three hotels and four restaurants go out of business in Aidanville.
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