Storm season brings risk of increased flooding in south Florida
from South Florida Sun Sentinel
After three years of irrigation cutbacks, amid on-again-off-again drought, south Florida heads into this rainy season bracing for too much water with too few places to put it. What may be good news for lawns raises flood-control concerns reaching from Lake Okeechobee's suspect dike to south Florida neighborhoods built on what used to be the Everglades.
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