By Michele Smith
the Times 

Dayton mayor shares information about aftermath of the flood

 

February 20, 2020



DAYTON—On Wednesday of last week Mayor Zac Weatherford provided information to the public about the flood damage to city infrastructure.

Weatherford said the City has determined there are roughly thirty primary residences along the Patit Creek that sustained damage in the recent flood.

Additionally, several areas of the Touchet River levee system have received significant damage. County crews shored up an area of the levee near the Kiddie Pond next to Pietrzycki City Park, but the repair is a temporary one, and the levee will require substantial rehabilitation.

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