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Topic - John Rutledge
"We would probably have a much different story to tell if it was a Friday or Saturday night, especially maybe on Fourth of July weekend or Memorial Day weekend," Rutledge said. "The timing of this was actually quite good for us. We feel like we were pretty lucky."
John Rutledge, general manager of the Lake Panorama Association, said the timing of the storm - at the end of a spring weekend - meant many homes were still unoccupied.