Lorain Council Rejects Improvement Plan For Flood-prone Road – Chronicle-telegram

Jim Oswalt says Dayton Avenue in Lorain is in disrepair and prone to flooding. STEVE MANHEIM/CHRONICLE

Oswalt, who said he has lobbied Council to fix the road for a decade, said neighbors have spent thousands of dollars for car repairs due to the roads condition and the city will no longer reimburse them for damage claims. He said school buses wont drive down the road when it floods, and cars have to be pushed out when it snows. Oswalt said he and next door neighbor Andrew Olic maintain a 50-yard-long drainage ditch at the intersection of Dayton and W. 38th that frequently floods. http://chronicle.northcoastnow.com/2014/07/28/road-less-traveled-horrible-shape/

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