Fri, 06/26/2009 - 11:44am
A $10 million dollar project designed to ease flooding problems in the city of Debary will begin construction in early July.  $7.5 million  is being funded by Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).  The work will cease the flooding problems for 60-75 homes in west Volusia County. The 18,000 resident city has 34 lakes that overflow when they fill up.  The project will pipe the water away from homes.  The town has been working for years to get FEMA funding for the stormwater project.  The project is expected to be complete 15 months after start up.
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