Vehicles make their way through a flooded intersection at Pigeon Point Road and Boundary Street during the afternoon of July 28, 2014. Wednesday will bring new costs to many local homeowners already burdened by high flood insurance, local realtors say.
Vehicles make their way through a flooded intersection at Pigeon Point Road and Boundary Street during the afternoon of July 28, 2014. Wednesday will bring new costs to many local homeowners already burdened by high flood insurance, local realtors say. Staff photo
Vehicles make their way through a flooded intersection at Pigeon Point Road and Boundary Street during the afternoon of July 28, 2014. Wednesday will bring new costs to many local homeowners already burdened by high flood insurance, local realtors say. Staff photo

Beaufort seeks repairs, solutions for stormwater drainage

July 30, 2014 07:50 PM

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