Some Lexington County (SC) homeowners eager to explore flood buyouts

Some homeowners in the area fear plans that might widen congested I-26 nearby will send more stormwater into the creek and its tributaries.  “The future is we’re going to get more and more inundated,” said Art Guerry, president of the homeowner association in the Whitehall neighborhood downstream of Challedon.    Read the article………….


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