Timely Decisions Save City Of Lansing Millions From Residential Flooding Damage

 Friday, March 9, 2018

 WLNS

Lansing Mayor Andy Schor says hazard mitigation decisions made before and during our major flooding event last month saved the city more than $2-Million in residential flooding damage. The savings are the result of two projects; one has been in the works for years and the other was made as flood waters started to spill into low-lying areas. Lansing hazard mitigation coordinator Ronda Oberlin says the temporary flood barrier that was constructed at the intersection of Kalamazoo and US-Highway 127 saved more than 100 homes. The other helpful work included floodplain acquisition and demolition since 2008 that also helped reduce flood damage.
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