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Lansing Neighborhood Discusses Flooding With City Council

LANSING, Mich. (WLNS)- At the Lansing City Hall, residents from the Colonial Village neighborhood continue their search for answers to their recent flooding problems.

For more than two years some residents have been trying to find out why their homes flooded after the city upgraded the sewer system.

Though Wednesday's meeting didn't provide many answers some council members want to find a soluition. "We have to come up with solutions for this, it's extremely important and again we hear that this never happened until we did certain things and I think it's our responsibility to try and come up with an answer for that," said Carol Wood, Council President.

The public service committee will continue to discuss this flooding at their next meeting.

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