Help may be on the way for flood-prone homes
BOLINGBROOK – Community officials are seeking assistance from a local engineering and architecture firm to assess the causes of residential basement flooding and prevent future damage.
At the June 11 Bolingbrook Village Board meeting, Mayor Roger Claar and trustees accepted a motion to approve a proposal from Knight Engineers and Architects Inc. to inspect homes and the area surrounding Chick Evans Street and Player Court, Claar said.
Five residential properties along Chick Evans Street – which are adjacent to the east side of the Augusta Village Detention Basin – experience recurring basement flooding because of excessive groundwater, Claar said.
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