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Flood Control
11:47 am
Wed December 12, 2012

Seeling Channel Widening To Relieve Woodlawn And Jefferson Flooding

Runners cross the Josephine-Tobin Bridge into Woodlawn Lake Park. This bridge will be reconstructed for pedestrians only once the project is completed.
Joey Palacios Texas Public Radio

The city is starting a three-year project along Woodlawn Lake Park to address flooding and create safer routes for pedestrians and cyclists.

The Woodlawn and Jefferson Neighborhoods are especially prone to flooding, and the potential for a repeat of flood events like 1998 and 2002 have residents like Henrietta Lagrange concerned.

"I live right in front, so I have mega-pictures," Lagrange said in reference to previous flooding. "I’m there, sometimes, sleepless nights trying to see how high the water is going to get."

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Flood Control
9:51 am
Thu November 1, 2012

First part of Sixmile Creek Drainage Improvements Nearing Completion

Area marked off for Sixmile Creek drainage improvements for the S. Flores bridge..
Bexar County Flood Control

South Side residents got some relief from flooding and from some of the related construction as officials announced the completion of the first section of the Sixmile Creek Flood Control Project.

The project is part of Bexar County’s $500 million capital improvement campaign, and the first section to open cost $2.7 million.

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