Coconuts about Flood Control

The rainy season in Florida can provide many challenges for residential communities. Any resident who has experienced a heavy rain event, including a tropical storm or hurricane, understands that it only takes a partial blockage in a street drain or malfunctioning storm water outfall to jeopardize the safety and well-being of the entire community. Keeping a community drainage system in good working order is a vital and necessary responsibility for residential communities.   Read the article………..


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