West Pittston mayor speaks on flooding
February 19. 2013 4:13AM
in the borough were flooded, impacting about a quarter of the borough's
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Many residents did not have flood insurance because their properties
sustained little or no water damage during Suquehanna River flooding in
Denisco said his son's property on Susquehanna Avenue was flooded on
the second floor. He planned to ask the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and
legislators to evaluate the feasibility of constructing a levee in the borough.
A wall of dirt was dumped along Susquehanna Avenue in neighboring Exeter
borough to stop the river from flooding additional homes. At least a dozen
properties along the avenue were flooded in Exeter, though an official
estimate was not immediately available.
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