Clarksville (IN) condo owners dealing with sewage backup after heavy rains

Friday’s storm which dropped three inches of rain in Clarksville within minutes was the first test of that system which Gilkey admits, seems to have failed in Mary and her neighbor’s homes – the two lowest lying condos of Lakeshore Condos. Condos where everything within six inches of the ground is likely a total loss.  Read the article………..


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