Remedy sought for stormwater issue in Macedonia’s Preserves subdivision (OH)

City officials and homeowners hope a stormwater issue in the Preserves at Valley View off Valley View Road will be remedied in the near future.  Martin Flask, who represents the subdivision’s homeowners association, emailed Mayor Joseph Migliorini after a July 22 heavy rain caused an avalanche of silt to pour out of an adjacent new subdivision’s retention pond into the Preserves’ storm sewers, streets and lake, claiming the new development “is causing irreparable harm” to the residents of the Preserves.     Read the article…………..

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