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Goshen Common Council has a new Flood Resilience Plan

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The Goshen Common Council has a new Flood Resilience Plan.

The plan is an effort to reduce the impact of flooding and help development in safer areas.

It divides the city in areas based on risk level and it has different strategies for each area.

The Elkhart Truth reports that the city wants the flood plan to be incorporated in capital projects.

The plan has been in development after the Elkhart River flooded in 2018, causing damage to hundreds of structures, resulting in months of clean up.

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1 comment

Charles U Farley July 22, 2022 at 8:38 am

Goshen has been flooded for decades, the whole city is now a complete loss and it is spreading to other areas.

Oh, wait, you were talking about water? Nevermind.

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