Services offered for Elmhurst residents in flood recovery
ELMHURST – It only took 15 hours for 7 inches of rain to fall last week in Elmhurst, but any resident will tell you the damage done in those 15 hours is going to take many more to clean up.
According to a letter to residents from Elmhurst’s acting mayor, Scott Levin, flooding on April 18 was a result of complete ground saturation, forcing more water into the city’s stormwater system than it could handle.
By Monday, the flood control facility at Elmhurst Quarry stopped operating, but not before it and the other area flood control centers diverted about three billion gallons of water from DuPage County residents by stormwater management
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