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Tropical Storm Lee

 

Tropical Storm Lee continues to cause intermittent problems for St. John the Baptist Parish as it moves closer to the shoreline.

 

Bayou Steel Pumping Station
Robottom checks electronical panel at pumping station
Flooding at Emily C. Watkins Park formerly known as Woodland Park
Robottom on Mississippi River side of Persimmon St. pump
Flooding on Magnolia Street
Crews working on LaPlace Park puming station
Homewood Pump working at maximum capacity
9.4.11 - Riverlands Drainage Project proves to be successful
9.4.11 - Corner of Rienzi and Ellerslie is dry!
9.4.11 - Riverlands drainage project proves to be successful!
9.4.11 - Chatsworth appears to be dry where the new drainage systems was installed.
9.4.11 - McReine pumping stations working at maximum capacity.
9.4.11 Persimmon St. clears up.
9.4.11 - Persimmon St. has little water, cleared up overnight
9.4.11 - Foxwood Subdivision fills with water from lake.
9.4.11 - Entrance of Foxwood
9.4.11 - LaPlace Park drys up. System caught up over night allowing streets to clear.
9.4.11 - Parish employee and Robottom discuss the pumping system behind LaPlace Park.
9.4.11 - Parish employee and Robottom discuss the pumping system behind LaPlace Park.
9.4.11 - Robottom walks along canal in back of LaPlace Park. System pumping at capacity, keeping the area dry.
9.4.11 - Flooding between Belle Grove Dr. and Robichaux Dr. homes
9.4.11 - Flooding in back of Robichaux Dr.
  

 

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