The city plans to spend $34 million over the next six years to fix its flooding problems.
From the May, 2017 issue
City administrator Howard Lazarus's fiscal 2018 budget calls for an 8.5 percent increase in storm-water fees--$585,000 a year, or $24 annually for the average household. It's a down payment on implementing the priorities identified in the city's 2015 storm-water calibration report. At the top of the list: fixing the flooding on the city's southwest side, where
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