Simmering conflict: Why Lakes at Jones Creek subdivision has post-Baton Rouge flood residents on edge (LA)

As developers seek to build new subdivisions across Baton Rouge, residents anxious after last year’s floods have grown increasingly concerned about whether more pavement, more houses and more development will ratchet up their risk of becoming second-time flood survivors.    Read the article…………..


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