Solution to Gillespie flooding clogged at the source

By BY RECARDO THOMAS STAFF REPORTER,

A clogged culvert is said to be the culprit that caused some homeowners on Gillespie Street in Indianola to feel a little more waterlogged than other area residents after last week’s torrential rainfall.

The heavy rains and subsequent storms left up to a half-foot of floodwater in some homes on the north side of the street.

 
 
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