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Drainage problems blamed for chronic flooding along Saratoga Lake

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It could cost as much as $2 million to fix long-standing drainage problems in low-lying residential areas on the western shores of Saratoga Lake, according to Malta town engineers. The money would be needed to install a stormwater collection system large enough to alleviate chronic minor flooding in the Riley Cove and Silver Beach areas, according to a report by The Chazen Cos. Many of the drainage pipes and ditches in the area are undersized ...


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