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News - January 2, 2019

Multi-city flood control project hits major landmark

Next phase to focus on stronger flood protection to area between U.S. 101 and Pope-Chaucer Bridge

by Sue Dremann

Under dark clouds and an eventual downpour, public officials on Dec. 14 unveiled the completed first phase of a San Francisquito Creek project that aims to protect 1,000 homes from a 100-year flood event during an extreme high tide.

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Sue Dremann writes for The Almanac's sister publication, the Palo Alto Weekly.


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