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The city of Homewood has more work to do in preventing stormwater runoff, Homewood Environmental Commission Chair Amy Milam says. Read more

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West Homewood District Zoning

Sydney Cromwell

This will come before the council on June 24. Read more

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Flooding and erosion issues have been a persistent problem throughout Homewood during heavy storms due to a number of factors, including old and undersized drains, hard surfaces that prevent absorption into the ground and the loss of trees. Read more

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Flooding has continued due to heavy rain and a lack of adequate measures to control and redirect runoff. Read more

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Jennifer Schuble, who lives on Peerless Avenue, said city drains clogged right before the new year and earlier in the fall, causing a backup of water and mud on roads and surrounding properties. Read more

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Edgewood Manor

Courtesy of KADCO Homes

The council also voted to make part of Seminole Drive a one-way only street, with traffic routed southbound toward Oxmoor Road. Read more

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    Sydney Cromwell

    Nick Michael presents a concept for outdoor fitness equipment to the City Council's special issues committee on Feb. 5, 2018.

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    Sydney Cromwell

    Scott Hofer, of the Stormwater Management Authority (SWMA) and the Jefferson County Department of Public Health's Watershed Protection Program, speaks to the City Council's special issues committee about stormwater regulations on Feb. 5, 2018.

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