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Old Jan 21, 2011, 3:56 PM   #11
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This is really a great forum as I get to see images from around the world and get a peek into the life of some interesting people. Good luck with the high water hope it keeps going down. Nice series of a bad situation


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Old Jan 21, 2011, 9:06 PM   #12
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Nice pictures, glad it's not worse. It looks like for the most part, the city plans on the water levels going up. Many places in Las Vegas have parks and walk-ways in what are normally dry gullies and washes. There are posted signs around explaining that these are dual function areas and to leave when it rains. That's one way they handle run-off from the flash flooding that can happen. Putting parks next to the river, where the water can inundate the land without damaging buildings etc. makes a lot of sense. Lets hope that you don't get more water than what you have capability to handle.
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