Board ok’s Verner Rd. survey
Relief along Verner Road may be one step closer, after county supervisors voted March 28 to authorize a detailed site survey for one stretch where residents have repeatedly had problems with flooding.
Engineer Steve Wilson recommended to the Board that the area be ringed by a levee and drained by pumps that would take water away from homes. Wilson said this kind of project could cost $150,000 to $180,000.
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